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A Year in a Tree This year I climbed a tree every month. Same tree. Same bough. Same day (or at least always in the first week of the month). It was a chance to notice more, to witness the world working. And it allowed […] Read »
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The Doorstep Mile Buy The Doorstep Mile book. The Living Adventurously newsletter. My Shouting from the Shed newsletter. A selected list of barriers stopping people – précised from responses on Instagram. An Illustrated Guide to the Barriers that Stop Us Living Adventurously. What […] Read »
The Barriers to Living Adventurously A selected list of barriers, taken from readers of my Instagram account (@al_humphreys) I began by asking this question: View this post on Instagram I am interested to find out what might be stopping you from living as adventurously as […] Read »
My Books of the Year 2019 If you’re looking for ideas of books to give as gifts (perhaps after sneakily reading it yourself first), here are my recommendations for 2019. I read a lot of books and so I’m confident these won’t disappoint. (I often post […] Read »
Book cover for My Midsummer Morning by Alastair Humphreys Laurie Lee and Me An interview with Sky Arts. Read »

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