With the Christmas season about to enter full swing, temptation awaits. So, over the next few weeks, the Wild Women Weekly will be choc-a-block with delicious nutritious recipes to keep you feeling fabulous and joyful - no food coma's around here.
We had just climbed 500m in ascent on slippery ice and snow to the summit of Mt Ruapehu, an active Volcano in the World Heritage National Park of Tongariro. Then, the guide called me over. ‘That’s the way down’, he said. A 60-degree drop which continued for several hundred metres. My heart began to race. "Really?", I replied.
Almost 500 people —including trekkers, guides, porters, and locals have now been rescued as a result of a massive blizzard in the popular trekking region of Annapurna, in Nepal. As of Monday, nearly 40 people are dead and up to 40 people are still unaccounted for. What happened?
Coinciding with Mental Health Month in October, ground breaking new research shows that group walks in nature have remarkable mental health benefits including easing depression, combating stress and boosting mental well-being....so lets WALKOUT!
Often as a coach I'm told by people that they've lost their mojo. The younger, less experienced and less emotionally intelligent me struggled to find ways to help them find it again. I thought it was as easy as just encouraging people and helping them find their goals. Now I know it's more than that...
I often look at our coaches and think they’re perfect. Fit, strong, amazing women who seem to be able to manage everything so well. Not only are they able to juggle families, running businesses, nourishing their bodies, maintaining a social life and taking on extreme adventures, the Wild Women On Top coaches all seem to do it with an astonishing level of positivity and enthusiasm... How do they do it?
Four weeks ago I got hit by a car on my bike. Unlucky I got hit; lucky I wasn’t squashed. The MRI showed an undisplaced fracture of the tibia and some damage around my knee joint. I quickly shifted my goal from mountain climbing to mending. Here's what I did...