Hammocks Vs Tents

Considering switching to hammock camping? Here are just a few benefits in swapping your tent for a hammock. Learn how to get the most out of hammocking and #relax.

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How to Keep Warm in Winter

Winter has hit and its time to stock up on the things that keep you warm. Don't let the cold keep you from getting outside and enjoying the winter sky. Follow these simple steps to keep you warm and comfortable out in the crisp winter air.

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#eaglenest1 Rolling Hammock Review

The first rolling review of the OneLink Hammock Suspension System brought to you by Survival Storehouse Pty Ltd is now up. This one is from Emmanuel of Kuya Adventures in Sydney.

Follow the journey using #eaglenest1 or via this link.

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If You’re Happy and You Know It, It’s Probably Because of an ENO Hammock

“I think we all know a student, or have been a student, who finds it hard to relax, especially while studying,” said Adam Cohen, ENO’s Sales Manager.

Armed with this excellent evidence of self-reported positive changes from spending 15 minutes in a hammock, ENO and Lyon’s college will go back to the books a fourth time examining a hammock’s effect on social bonding and relationship building.

ENO Hammock Research Series Uncovers Glue for Social Bonding

We all know you can take a gratifying nap in a hammock, but what about making better friends? Eagles Nest Outfitters (ENO), the leading provider of packable travel hammocks, and Lyon College say chances are you can. 

Examining randomly assigned participants, they discovered students reported better bonding with other participants while hanging in hammocks, providing evidence that hammocks in campus environments can help with student social bonding.

Escape the Stress, Enjoy Life

Leaving the stressful world that we live in behind can do wonders for your mind. It can keep you sane and keep you healthy. New experiences can help you feel free and let the stress slip away while you enjoy the time. So escape life, grab your hammock, kids, dog, or head out alone. Leave the phone and work behind and see the world. Even if it’s only a mile from home, the world is a beautiful place.