[Photo by DeeGee’s Photography]

Now listen, I’ve never been a big one for New Year’s Resolutions.

Honestly, if I’m really going to do 100 sit-ups a day, or give up Twisties, or bath the dog more I probably would have started doing it in September or March or any other time of the year. (Anyway, with all the holidays and presents and warm weather, December always seemed to me to be a time better suited to indulgence, not discipline. Right?)

But. Here’s a list of New Year’s Resolutions that I can get behind.

  1. Be more physically active.
  2. Be more outdoorsy.
  3. Pamper myself.
  4. Eat more healthy, local food.
  5. Be more adventurous.
  6. Support local businesses.
  7. Do more fun stuff with my friends.

Right? This all seems pretty good and reasonable. But how much time is all this gonna take?

If you’re looking for a way to knock off all of these resolutions in one glorious, unique, fun, never-forget-it moment, take a look at Light to Light Camps!

The Light to Light Walk through Ben Boyd National Park is one of the great unspoiled gems in this amazing part of the world we call The Wilderness Coast.

If you’ve been saying to yourself for a while now “I’ve always wanted to do that,” make it one of your New Year’s Resolutions.

But, unlike some weird 11-day beetroot juice cleanse, or, heaven forbid, giving up coffee, this one doesn’t have to feel like a drag. Spoil yourself a little, and let Light to Light Camps do all the hard work for you.

Be greeted at the end of each day with a lovely warm shower, comfy towels, sheets and beds, and delicious local food, beer and wine. Oh, and did I mention… we carry all your gear and set up your camp for you?

You just kick back and enjoy the spectacular.

Now that’s a New Year’s Resolution worth sticking to. Go on, take your first step.

Looking for a different kind of adventure? How about a peaceful paddle with Kiah Wilderness Tours?

Or discover your new outdoor passion at www.sapphirecoast.com.au!

Whatever blows your hair back, be sure to throw yourself into it wholeheartedly in 2017!

A former editor of the local paper, Jake Lynch left Eden in 2006 to follow his heart, and general sense of adventure, across the United States to work for recreation and community development nonprofits. But some opportunities are just too good to pass up, and he was very easily lured back to join the Light to Light Camps team in 2016.