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101 Things to Do Naked

There are certain things you don’t want to do naked. Frying bacon is one of them.

But creating snow angels in freshly fallen snow, making ice wine, doing yoga and staining the deck are all OK activities to take on in the buff.

That’s just a sampling of the cheeky advice dished out by Catherine Roberts in her new book 101 Things to Do Naked: A Guide to Dress-Free Living, now available via Amazon in a Kindle or paperback edition.

The book offers a fun glimpse into the life of a laid back naturist on a self-described mission to alter a “clothes-minded” society. “I started on a journey a year ago documenting things that you can do naked, and actually doing most of them,” Roberts said. Despite the title however, the book isn’t simply a straightforward list of things you can do in the nude. It’s a series of amusing stories and anecdotes into which the author seamlessly weaves the 101 items.

Each of the book’s 12 chapters represents one month. As the book description states, “this story encompasses four distinct seasons in Atlantic Canada: spring, summer, fall, and cold-as-a-witch’s-tit!”


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