Listening to your body. The pain train.

Listening to your body. The pain train.

‘Make sure you listen to your body’ is something I always tell my clients before, during and after expeditions. Aches and pains and bodily changes such as in stool consistency can all show something is wrong. In my book ‘Mind of a Survivor’ I discuss why I believe...
Keeping your dog cool on adventures

Keeping your dog cool on adventures

With many of us British folk headed to hotter climes and with the optimistic hope that we will receive a week of sun on home soil I have received several emails asking how to keep your dog cool on your adventures. Dogs are different. Like us, dogs feel the heat but...
Is age a barrier to having an adventure?

Is age a barrier to having an adventure?

I get amazing messages of support from people who have seen me on TV or read my book. I am so touched and honoured that people from all walks of life; all genders and ages are inspired by my adventures and want to get in touch. A conversation I had recently with a...
Aloneness Vs loneliness

Aloneness Vs loneliness

In a survival situation the fear of being alone and lonely can be all consuming and if left un-checked can reduce your ability to think objectively about the situation you have found yourself in. The same could be said for the feeling of isolation in an office or as a...
Reigniting the Fire; 5 tips to reignite your flame

Reigniting the Fire; 5 tips to reignite your flame

Fire; in the wilderness, one of the priorities of survival. Fire keeps us warm, it can ward off insects and predators, it can render meat and some plants edible or more digestible to our stomachs, it can purify potentially harmful water to drink and importantly fire...

Mind of a Survivor

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