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Nicole’s Daily Dozen

Welcome to my favorite things! I love sharing information about the tools and resources I use every day, whether it’s during one of the wilderness survival skills classes I teach, an interview or podcast, or conversations on social media. Below are my “daily dozen” that I just can’t do without. I hope you love them as much as I do.

See Nicole Apelian's full list here.

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October 29, 2023

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Nicole Apelian, Ph.D.

Herbalist, biologist, anthropologist, researcher, mother, survival TV celebrity, traditional skills instructor, and author.

Following an unexpected diagnosis of multiple sclerosis in 2000, Nicole applied her scientific research skills towards her own personal wellness. She focuses on holistic wellness, which includes nature connection, gratitude, diet, and herbal remedies.

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