Miles, Mountains & Menopause: Getting My Life Back – 015: Jo Bradshaw

Miles, Mountains & Menopause: Getting My Life Back – 015: …

As a business advisor who feared heights, Jo Bradshaw never would have dreamed that just a few years later she would summit Mount Everest and lead expeditions across the world. Having now reached six out of the seven highest peak…

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Van Life, Challenging Ageist Attitudes & Pro-ageing; Retire Adventurously & Positively – 014: Siobhan Daniels

Van Life, Challenging Ageist Attitudes & Pro-ageing; Retire …

Siobhan Daniels inspires young and old alike. As a woman who has endured a variety of pains life had to throw at her, she is now not only living her best life into retirement, she’s on a mission to encourage…

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An Accidental Adventurer and a World Record: collecting kindness acts and building resilience – 009: Nahla Summers

An Accidental Adventurer and a World Record: …

Self-described as a ‘blind optimist’, Nahla cycled 3000 miles across America, despite not having owned a bike in twenty years and walked 500 miles the length of England, relying only on the kindness of strangers. In 2020, she made a…

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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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