Natalia Kirasheva — author of the blog

Natalia Kirasheva — author of the blog


Natalia Kirasheva is a travel and business author, and editor from Moscow, Russia, with several years of professional experience.

She has a Bachelor's degree from the Faculty of Geography of Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU) with specialties in Economic Geography and Tourism, and Environmental Management.

In addition to, she works as a part-time editor at the main Russian search engine Yandex and as a full-time commercial writer at Skillbox, one of the two largest online education platforms in Russia. In the past, she worked in the directorate of the All-Russian Festival of Science “Nauka O+”, as a content editor at the digital agency Denjoy Group, and as a manager at the Russia and CIS Exhibitions Division at MKM Building Supplies company.

She has also twice participated in the “Chief Editor’s Challenge,” the main Russian competition for editors and authors, organized by one of the country’s leading editors, Maxim Ilyakhov.

Her favorite sports are windsurfing and snowboarding.

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Blog (12)

Learn to read a tide table so you don't run aground

What is Heat Index chart and how to use it for your outdoor activities

How to read Wind Chill chart to stay comfortable outdoors

What are wind alerts and how to use them for your sport

The complete guide to windsports and the wind speed required to practice them

How to choose the right windsurf sail size

What are the different types of windsurf sails on the market

How to choose the right kiteboarding kite size

What are the different types of kitesurfing kites

How to compare weather forecasts. Yes, they can be different

What are weather radars and how to read a live weather radar map

What is feels like temperature and why it is different


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