Shouting from my shed

Get the latest news, updates and happenings via my shed-based newsletter.

 

“It’s alright for you to have adventures,” I often hear, “but it’s not possible for me. I’m a mum; I’ve got responsibilities and a job.” So I was interested to ask the lovely @Yorkshirerows gang about how a bunch of “not very physical” middle aged women / mums / business owners rowed the Atlantic. The answer, as always, is that it was simple but not easy, and it came down to the choice of deciding to making it happen and the realisation that we are all capable of far more than we often imagine. 👍👍👍 #yorkshire #blog #goniceplacesdogoodthings #neverstopexploring

via Instagram https://ift.tt/2YKneRb
Read Comments

You might also like

On Sunday night I am excited to go back to work on Monday morning – Living Adventurously 11 Jon Barton is the founder of Vertebrate Publishing. It sits at the very heart of British adventure writing and outdoor sports. Jon says that “we publish books to inspire adventure. It’s our rule that the only books we publish are […]...
Inviting you on a Winter Microadventure It’s cold. It’s dark. I’m tired. I’m busy. I’ll do it later. It’s exciting. It’s memorable. I need a break. I’m always busy so it might as well be now. We can always look at things in two ways. As […]...
Putting Restrictions in Place Enforces Creativity – Living Adventurously #5 Tommy Banks was the youngest chef in the world to be awarded a Michelin star. The Black Swan at Oldstead was rated the best restaurant in the world by TripAdvisor in 2017. As a connoisseur of banana sandwiches and dehydrated […]...
 

Comments

There are currently no comments. Be the first to post a comment below.


 
 

Post a Comment

HTML tags you can use: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

 

Shouting from my shed

Get the latest news, updates and happenings via my shed-based newsletter.

© Copyright 2012 – 2019 Alastair Humphreys. All rights reserved.

Site design by JSummertonBuilt by Steve Perry Creative