Julia’s Reading Challenge for 20190% Introduction Just days after Raynor learns that Moth, her husband of 32 years, is terminally ill, their home and livelihood is taken away. With nothing left and little time, they make the brave and impulsive decision to walk the 630 miles of the sea-swept South West Coast Path, from Somerset…

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Item: Various gifts from friends Total Cost: no idea! Used for: All sorts of things Enjoyment Level: I’m so thankful! Treat of the week – A range of gifts Wow! Each week something usually lands through the letterbox via Amazon, Ebay or some type of outdoors shop.  This week I was so surprised when numerous…

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Micro Adventure Progress Bar for 20190% Time Taken: 1 night Difficulty Level: easy Location: Crick, Northants Gear Taken: Overnight camping gear and wine! Enjoyment Level: Good fun! The Adventure Begins For a while now, I have tried to live my life with an element of spontaneity, just to make life a little bit more interesting. …

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Life and Business Lessons Learned From A Hike Across Spain, Step by Step I appreciate that some people may find this particular blog a little bit “woo woo”, however, I felt that I needed to share my experiences and the lessons learned from my many Camino trips. When you are a business to business (b2b)…

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Julia’s Reading Challenge for 20190% Introduction In Clare Balding’s family, walking just took too long – she galloped through the countryside and she galloped through life. There was certainly no time to get to know Britain beyond its racecourses. Then, in 1999, Clare took a call out of the blue from a BBC producer looking…

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Item: Lightweight Buff Total Cost: £19.50 Used for: All sorts of things Enjoyment Level: Everyone should have a buff! Treat of the week – Buff A Buff is a staple within anyone’s gear list if you are a hiker and I was distraught when I lost mine on the Camino Inglés trail back in October. …

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Life and Business Lessons Learned From A Hike Across Spain, Step by Step I am a recovering “people pleaser”.  Perhaps it’s a British thing, or perhaps it is just the way that I was parented but it is certainly part of my DNA and it is not always a bad thing.  Being the type of…

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