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I’ve been working hard to encourage people to get out and try a microadventure. Microadventures are a refresh button for busy lives.

But I’m very aware that the hardest thing is getting out there for the first time. So I have produced a few infographics which hopefully will serve to give people the prod necessary to take that first step. (Thank you, Andrea, for all your hard work!)

Click on the image you prefer to open a PDF file that you can then download and keep (Right Click, Save) or share the link with any friends who need a gentle kick up the backside to get out there and do stuff!

A lot of the text on the PDF infographic is clickable, leading you to relevant web entries.

Please feel free to use, distribute, print, put on your Facebook page, edit or hack as much as you wish.

Microadventure infographic

Microadventure infographic

Microadventure infographic

Microadventure infographic

If you do head off on a microadventure, please let me know. Tag it on Twitter with the hashtag #microadventure or pop something on the new Microadventures Facebook Page.
If you’d like to come on a microadventure with me sign up here.
If you have any friends who could benefit from a microadventure, please send them this link.

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  1. Awesome, Al, really cool stuff, what a great idea. I love all the photos too and how you put all that someone needs to know into short, quick sentences.

    Rock’n’Roll! Might have to steal this idea one day.. 😉

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  2. Yes, you did it again. To complete the inspiration on our new service MicroProjects (based on microadventure idea) we like to develop a infographic (based on your examples) That’s no stealing? I buy you a coffee
    Keep up your good work inspiring al lot of people
    Nico

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  3. Hi Al, (If I may call you that?)
    I have to say that your ethos speaks to me like no other I have stumbled upon. I am 40 and ready for a taste of the sort of adventure fantasies that I experienced as a child. I’ve been too career minded for far too long and had all but forgotten them. I live only 35 miles north of London and so would be up for any micro adventure bootcamp you might have in mind. If nothing else, I am reliable and punctual. Look forward to ‘experiencing’ with you. Rich

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  4. Great stuff, well designed and too the point.

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  5. I’m going to check more of your site and pass on your links, thanks for a great site:)

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  6. We’ve got these up in our classroom now!

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  7. keefus Posted

    I love your concept of ‘Microadventures’. Due to my home commitments I have already been doing Microadventures without even knowing it! Great writing and beautiful website. You have one more follower in me.

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