Articles by: Holly Zynda
Holly Zynda is a copy editor, proofreader, and writer with a lifelong passion for the written word. Over the course of her career, she has worked on an array of content for individuals and major companies, including GoPro, Thermo Fisher Scientific, and She also maintains a thriving editing and publishing business, Owl Intermedia. When not working, Holly is an avid amateur photographer, serving as a contributor to Shutterstock and holding dozens of awards on ViewBug. Holly also contributes her free time to environmental protection, animal welfare, and humanist causes.

by / on February 24, 2017 at 11:00 am / in At the Beach, Tips 'n Tricks

5 Times You Should Stay Out of the Water

The ocean is both calming and exciting, offering up thrilling waves for surfing and delicious food for eating, but it can also be deceptive. There are hidden dangers under the deep blue sea, and it demands respect. Rip Tides There […]

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by / on February 15, 2017 at 11:00 am / in Under the Sea

4 Reasons Sharks Are Awesome

A single fin slicing through the surface of the water. The glimpse of a shadowy shape as big as your board in the curl of a wave. If images like these swim into mind—if the iconic baaa DUM, baaaaa DUM […]

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by / on February 10, 2017 at 11:00 am / in At the Beach, Under the Sea

6 Wacky Water Sports to Try

Surfing, sailing, standup paddleboarding; water lovers have plenty of options for getting a little H20 in their lives. But maybe you’re looking for something innovative and offbeat to mix up your routine. If so, check out one of these quirky […]

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by / on February 6, 2017 at 10:00 am / in At the Beach

5 Great Coastal Restaurants

Whether you’re out on the waves or playing on the sand, a day at the beach is a great way to stimulate your appetite. These coastal restaurants run the gamut from super casual to seriously sophisticated, but they are all […]

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by / on January 17, 2017 at 11:00 am / in From Panama Jack

6 Ways to Teach Your Kids About Ocean Conservation

With phrases like “climate change,” “carbon footprint,” and “sustainability” on the tip of everyone’s tongues these days, engaging the younger generation in treating our oceans with respect and care has never been so critical; yet many avenues of power are […]

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by / on January 3, 2017 at 5:00 am / in Around the House

Adding a Touch of Summer to Your Winter Decor

Winter is the perfect time to hunker down and get cozy, but as the cold months drag on and cabin fever sets in, adding a few summery accents to your home décor can help you to maintain sanity. Fortunately, you […]

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by / on December 28, 2016 at 11:00 am / in At the Beach, Travel and Leisure

6 Great Winter Surf Spots

So you’re looking for a place to paddle out during the colder months. Whether you’re seeking a wild ride or a relatively mellow session, these winter surf spots prove that the ocean never goes out of season. Black’s Beach, San […]

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by / on December 14, 2016 at 10:00 am / in From Panama Jack

Winter Island Getaways

If icy conditions have left you shivering and dreaming of warm sandy beaches, these island destinations are great places to thaw this winter. Jamaica Jamaica is such an obvious choice for anybody looking to beat the chill this season. From […]

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by / on December 2, 2016 at 5:00 am / in At the Beach

5 Great Beach Boardwalks to Explore

Grab your cotton candy and your quarters for the arcade. It’s time to check out these all-American boardwalks. Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, Santa Cruz, CA More than a century ago, the Santa Cruz Boardwalk became California’s answer to Coney Island. […]

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by / on November 25, 2016 at 5:00 am / in From Panama Jack

6 Inspiring Surfers

These amazing shredders prove that the human spirit is boundless and irrepressible. Duke Kahanamoku The Father of Surfing. Titled “Surfer of the Century” in 1999 by Surfer magazine. Olympic gold and silver medalist. A bronze statue of him stands at […]

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