Well-being

woman relaxing on jettyThis category will look at mental health, emotional health and experiences that tackle or face fears, helping to build resilience, confidence, self-efficacy and self-esteem. Do something that scares you every day becomes the micro level method of managing a braver and more purposeful daily thought process

Another Chapter Closes

Another Chapter Closes

What happens to your head when you return from a long adventure or multi-day hike? How do you seek closure? In this blog, Zoe reveals how she finds peace at the end of her Coast to Coast experience.

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Rollercoaster

Rollercoaster

Injuries get in the way of us functioning around our daily activities. Sometimes, this can affect our emotional and mental wellbeing too as I know only too well…

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HOW TO LIFT A MOOD WHEN INJURY STRIKES (Pt 2)

HOW TO LIFT A MOOD WHEN INJURY …

It’s pretty tricky getting your head around a change of circumstances – particularly if the change has been caused by injury. The following is an excerpt from a Facebook comment given as advice to a fellow Adventure Queen, in how best to help our mental health.

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LIFTING A MOOD WHEN INJURY STRIKES

LIFTING A MOOD WHEN INJURY STRIKES

There are so many reasons for feeling low, down, depressed, glum, in the doldrums, under the weather or blue. By whatever you choose to name it, the debilitating effects of depression still remains one of the biggest and yet least understood impacts on our life. Even I get periods of low mood…

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A Throwback to a Teenage Adventure

A Throwback to a Teenage Adventure

This week’s blog is slightly different in style and is written as I remember the hike events taking place, around the year 1983. I did not have a camera with me back then, so I am sharing with you some…

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