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  • By Lisa Marshall | Director Wild Women On Top

    As parents, we often neglect our 'big kid' self, giving ourselves completely to the not so fun responsibilities that come with parenthood. It's time to incorporate adventure back into your life and here's why!

  • Vic Silk

    Why, as women, does it often take us until our late thirties and beyond to love our bodies and want for them strength and health, rather than anything that our misguided popular culture considers beautiful?

  • It’s funny to think that setting a big goal to climb a mountain or trek a long distance trail, is the easy part. But, I have found as a young mother , business woman and adventurer, the real work lies in making this a reality. The hardest part is getting out the door.

  • By Di Westaway | Chief Adventure Chick | CEO Wild Women On Top
    I’ve learned the secret happiness the hard way: through slip-ups and stuff-ups. And so can you.

  • By Lisa Marshall | Director and Adventure Fitness Coach | Wild Women On Top
    Life's an adventure, so don't talk about "one day I will" or "I wish I had" or "I'd love to...but". Make scary decisions, choose big goals that frighten you.

  • By Di Westaway | Chief Adventure Chick | Wild Women On Top
    We have been seduced by a first world culture which tells us Botox and Brazilians bring happiness and that the doctor will fix us when we get sick.
    We’ve lost our way.

  • Di Westaway | Chief Adventure Chick | Wild Women On Top
    Too much time on Facebook convinced me everybody was having more fun than me and I felt miserable. I was absorbed by mother guilt, a feeling of inadequacy, that I'm not good enough, not doing enough, not mothering enough.
    Nature is my solution, but sometimes I need more.

  • When it comes to living a life you love, our adventure loving Di Westaway is an expert.
    Follow these 10 tips to get your daily dose of exhilaration.

  • Anne Olds | Wild Women On Top Member | Member of the Mt. Rinjani Wild Adventure team

    I joined Wild Women just over 12 months ago, primarily to boost my fitness in the outdoors (sweaty, overcrowded gyms are just not my scene). Initially, my goal was to attend a couple of sessions per week, but before I knew it, I had been swept up in the Wild Women mentality. I was signed up to Coastrek and then…. I was on the summit of Rinjani.

  • Healthy Heather on Mt Olympus, Greece with Wild Women On Top

    Di Westaway | Chief Adventure Chick | Wild Women On Top | Life Changing Adventures

    There’s nothing quite like a partner or friend accusing you of “PMS-ing” when you’re grumpy. In fact, I reckon there’s a special store of rage reserved for anyone who dares comment on the state of your uterus, especially when they’re right.

  • Kate Clissold | Wild Women On Top Member | Winner of 2015 Most Inspiring Award
    If you have taken a trip with Di Westaway have you noticed she travels with her own mug?

  • Di Westaway | Chief Adventure Chick | Wild Women On Top | Life Changing Adventures
    Sixteen years ago, I was tired, wrung out, miserable and staring forty in the face. Add co-dependence and a few other suburban housewife traumas and this became a mid wife crisis.

  • By Lisa Marshall | Director Wild Women On Top
    As a mum expecting my second child, I’ve finally realised that our children may never or rarely do what we say, but they will, if not always, copy what we do.

  • By Di Westaway | Chief Adventure Chick | CEO Wild Women On Top
    The perfect, healthy afternoon snack to supercharge YOU post Trek-Training!
    Tell us what you think.

  • By Wanda Nicholson & Samantha Page | Wild Women On Top Coach & Marketing Assitant
    Words are wonderful things, but to capture the incredible women, breathtaking landscapes and hilarious antics of our Iceland adventure, I can only hope mine do justice.

  • Di Westaway | Chief Adventure Chick | Wild Women On Top | Life Changing Adventures
    Sitting in red, dusty, prickly grass by Standley Chasm tourist car park in the central Australian desert listening to a local Arrente woman’s cultural conversations was not what I signed up for...

  • Happy hiking with kids is where art meets science. Art because you need creative solutions to unexpected problems and science because if you don’t understand the chemistry set of their small bodies you can turn them off hiking for life.

  • Get ready to print out these ten steps to wellness and paste them on your fridge, your bathroom mirror, the dashboard in your car, save it to your desktop, your iPhone and iPad, your mac... AND DO THEM!

  • Di Westaway | Chief Adventure Chick | Wild Women On Top
    I know I was a moody teen but grumpy, miserable, withdrawn, pimply, aggressive, morose, smart phone addicted teens now seems the norm. I’m often at war with mine.

  • By Lisa Marshall | Director of Wild Women On Top
    Life's like that pile of books you have on your bedside table. The varied pile is made up of books you bought or borrowed or were given, that at some time spoke to you, or connected you with a thought or a lesson or a story you strongly needed to read at the time.

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