Sadly, few women feel safe doing activities alone that males do without hesitation. Imagine yourself in a dark alley or camping alone. But content creator Maggie May @nutritionbitespodcast has done us a favor by sharing some precious and practical recommendations for any woman who has always wanted to go camping alone but has never felt safe doing so. Women like camping alone in the woods, Maggie explains in one of her movies. The author went on to say that “everyone is stressing out over her doing this, but it came out okay.”
Maggie went camping alone in the woods, frightening her family
Maggie is a dietitian and podcast presenter (Nutrition Bites Podcast) from Canada. “I’ve always wanted to discover the amazing beauty of Canada,” she said in an interview.
Maggie is a new TikTok user, having downloaded the app early this year. “I spent a long time browsing and watching movies, but it wasn’t the appropriate match for me.”
Maggie was motivated to urge other women to attempt solo camping following her solo camping trip and decided TikTok was the best and quickest method to spread that message. “I made a video and posted it online. In general, I’m glad people are watching it and hope it inspires more people, not just women, to attempt solo camping!”
After a successful camping trip, she provides safety guidelines to help other women feel more secure in the woods alone
“I’ve always gone camping with friends, but never alone. “I was always afraid of doing it alone since I lacked the skills,” the content creator said.
“And also, I wanted to go camping earlier this year but couldn’t locate any pals. “I practiced a few camping skills while I was still home to feel more comfortable and also kept the trip short in case I faced any issues,” Maggie said.
Maggie also recommended loud devices
Maggie said the most challenging aspect about camping alone was planning the trip. “When I told others my intentions, they said things like ‘you’re so courageous’ or ‘I could never do that,’ which made me doubt my decision. But once I was out camping, I found it was simple and enjoyable!”
A pocket knife and a light are two essential items when camping in the wilderness
Maggie said she got both good and negative comments, including other ladies sharing their stories and safety suggestions.
“Many individuals took issue with the fact that I concentrated the topic on women’s safety,” she stated. “In actuality, anybody camping alone may apply my advice, regardless of gender.”
Maggie determined that although she enjoys camping, she is most passionate about nutrition and dispelling misunderstandings about what we should eat. Visit her podcast Nutrition Bites (available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and other streaming platforms) and her Instagram account @nutritionbitespodcast.