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 October 12, 2016 at 11:00 am / in From Panama Jack

6 Great Surf Flicks for Your Rainy Day

Rainy day? Stuck in bed with tonsillitis? Had a bad session and wanting some inspiration for next time? You can’t be on the waves 24/7, but when you’re stuck on the couch, you can keep the surf party going. Grab […]

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by / on October 2, 2016 at 5:00 am / in At the Beach, Tips 'n Tricks

6 Ways to Create Beachy Memories with the Family

Sunlight warming your skin, cool water splashing against your ankles, the rhythmic crash of the waves and the laughter of splashing in them, the tang of salt in the air; the beach is a quintessential vacation experience for families. Here […]

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by / on September 28, 2016 at 5:00 am / in At the Beach, Travel and Leisure

6 Beaches to See in the Fall and Winter

Even as those late-summer rays warm your shoulders, your thoughts are turning to wood smoke, hoodies, and evenings warmed by hot chocolate. Getting your cozy on is great, but the change in seasons is no reason to give up your […]

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by / on September 23, 2016 at 5:00 am / in At the Beach

Share the Waves: 6 Courtesies Every Surfer Should Observe

Surfers know that a session on the waves is a chance to forget petty concerns and find harmony with natural rhythms. But in order to keep this good vibe flowing, everyone needs to observe some basic courtesies. Know the Right […]

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by / on September 16, 2016 at 5:00 am / in From Panama Jack

Surfing with a Purpose: 6 Great Surf-Focused Charities

Surfers are known for their deep connection with the ocean, but many of these athletes create waves while fighting for animal rights, erasing poverty throughout the world and battling those intent on destroying the environment. Here are six great surf-focused […]

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by / on September 14, 2016 at 5:00 am / in At the Beach, Tips 'n Tricks

6 Great Dates for Couples Who Surf

When you and your sweetie both shred waves, finding the right spot for a date is easy. Combine the romance of the sea with your passion for thrills to plan your next special night together. Beach Picnic Well, duh. You […]

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by / on August 24, 2016 at 5:00 am / in Around the House, From Panama Jack

Bringing Tranquility to Your Small Space

Life’s a beach. To truly embrace this philosophy, you’ll need to begin at home. Our living spaces directly feed our souls. For smaller-space dwellers, making every inch count while maintaining a tranquil, breezy style is top priority. Whether you’re residing […]

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by / on May 23, 2016 at 5:00 am / in Travel and Leisure

5 Questions to Help You Discover Your Road Trip Soulmate

You’ve got tons of friends you like shredding waves with, but road tripping takes a special kind of commitment. Finding the right person to share the adventure with can be a challenge. These soul-searching inquiries will help you make the […]

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by / on May 18, 2016 at 5:00 am / in Tips 'n Tricks

Mastering the Waves As An Adult

Maybe your parents never let you buy yourself a board. Maybe you wiped out once and decided to hang up the wetsuit for good. Maybe you didn’t see the ocean until you were 20. But you’re a grownup now, and […]

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by / on April 21, 2016 at 5:00 am / in From Panama Jack

Surf, Sleep, Tattoo: An Interview with Artist Jacek Minkowski

Jacek Minkowski has lent his artistic skills to customers along the West Coast, from Avalon Tattoo in the Pacific Beach neighborhood of San Diego to Mom’s Body Shop in the Haight community of San Francisco. Inking arms, legs, backs, and […]

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