Solo hiking & wild camping heaven vs. the darkness of depression and early menopause 007: Stephie Boon

Solo hiking & wild camping heaven vs. the …

Heading off solo to walk and wild camp has never been an issue for Stephie Boon. Her resilience has had its fair share of use however, particularly with bringing up a son with Asperger’s. Stephie’s need to be outside and…

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The Triumph is in the Trying: from grief and menopause to the joy of rowing and SUPing – 006: Jo Moseley

The Triumph is in the Trying: from …

Jo Moseley promotes positivity to a midlife audience as a writer, speaker, mid-life adventurer, and award-winning film-maker. Jo says that joy is simply knowing there is a blue sky above the clouds, which many women will relate to. After losing…

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Never Too Old For Adventure: Cruel Tanzania Amoeba, Beating Shyness to Antarctica & Over 500 Days of Walking at 73 yrs 005: Cherry Hamrick

Never Too Old For Adventure: Cruel Tanzania …

Cherry Hamrick exudes positivity and resilience. Her mindset is that of adventure. Every corner of her life, whether work, play, family or vacation is treated as an adventure. At sixty-five, she faced her shyness to travel alone to Antarctica. At…

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HeadRightOut Into SUP School: Mindfulness and Jelly Legs on a Paddleboard With Blorenge SUP 004: Helen Jenkins

HeadRightOut Into SUP School: Mindfulness and Jelly …

Helen Jenkins, co-founder of the newest stand up paddleboarding school on the Mon and Brec Canal delivers their very first session to Zoe and her husband. Sharing the business start-up considerations for Blorenge SUP while still working full-time, Helen also…

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Why so many women are scared to adventure and recognising our female role models with Tough Girl Founder 003: Sarah Williams

Why so many women are scared to …

A powerful conversation with Tough Girl Challenges founder and Tough Girl Podcast host, Sarah Williams. As friends, we easily cover multiple topics across our conversations. These include how to meet fear head-on and deal with it; why Sarah is inspired…

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