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Self-care is an excellent thing to strive for, but it can sometimes be misunderstood.

When it comes to taking care of yourself, it's not all yoga pants, face masks and sipping tea. Self-care can also be a soul-fueling adventure, fresh air and wide-open spaces.

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These dark desert mountains in Southern California are going to be filled with wolves on Halloween night but you've actually got nothing to fear.

These are the wolves of the Wolf Connection Ranch, a wolf sanctuary in Southern California that rescues and provides shelter and care to improve their quality of life. 

And this Halloween, the ranch invites you to take part in HOWL'oween, an exclusive event where you can hike into the dark desert mountains with the wolves and then be left on your own to find your way back.

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Florida is just a hop, skip, and a jump away from The Peach State and is a great place to take a road trip to for a quick weekend getaway. Only around four and a half hours out of Atlanta, this wolf sanctuary in Florida is an experience you won't find in Georgia and one you absolutely must check out in at least once in your life. Not only is it a cool activity, but it's pretty affordable, too.

Seacrest Wolf Preserve is located on the western panhandle of the state in Chipley, Flordia. It's a non-profit organization that's been around for over 20-years and all the animals here are rescues.

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Florida has so many amazing places to explore, but if you’re thinking that your lacking savings account is holding you back from an adventure, you’d be totally wrong! You don’t have to break the bank to have amazing experiences in Florida, especially if you’re splitting the cost between some of your best buds. So, grab your gal pals and start planning; you have some adventuring to do — and these 7 Florida destinations under $200 are perfect for the ultimate girls' trip!

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As far as pets go, most of us will opt for fluffy puppies and kitties, maybe a hedgehog if you're extra wild. But Florida animal laws allow you to have some pretty exotic animals as your cuddly companions. We've all seen those headlines about people's pet gators escaping, but they aren't the only unexpected wildlife you can keep in the Sunshine State.

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