Friday August 17th 2018
I left work at 12.30pm, had packed the car in the morning, so drove straight to collect my friend, Nia, from Cardiff.
Nia piled her things in the car, including the essential: tent. This was our first time at Greenman, we had heard a lot of good things so thought it was time to experience it for ourselves.
In this video I share my experience of the accessibility of Greenman Festival.
I have just finished reading ‘feel the fear and do it anyways’ and cant believe I haven’t read it before now. I have learnt a lot about myself, how I think and react. The book is full of practical tools to implement into your daily routine, in order to gain power and control of your life.
Saying this, close to the end of the book, Susan Jeffers states the importance of going with the flow of life, accepting that not everything can not be controlled.
Despite of not having control of things like the weather, a friend turning up late or a power cut as your favourite program is about to start. You do have control over how you decide to respond to these events. Continue reading “Going with the flow in Glastonbury”
Human on wheels goes coasteering with Celtic quest
I gave a shout out for outdoor adventure companies in Pembrokeshire to invite me along to blog about their accessibility.
Within seconds of circulating the email I received an enthusiastic reply from Cleopatra Browne at Celtic quest. Cleo said. That their accessibility wasn’t all bells and whistles but they will make it the best experience possible, her words were:
‘Open mind, sense of adventure and some warm clothes for afterwards!!’ Continue reading “Human On Wheels goes Coasteering”