Wild swimmers Q & A — Emotional health

Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. #blog 7

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Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming.  Blog #6 Katie Beardsworth Katie Beardsworth lives in North Tyneside with her husband and four year old son, and runs classical music management business Polyphony Arts. She founded podcast Music Works in September 2020, looking at the impact of Covid-19 on the classical music industry, and how the lessons learned from Covid-19 can change the industry for the better. You can follow Katie's work here: Polyphony Arts website  Music Works podcast   Facebook   Instagram   Twitter    Photo A. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   Photo A. B. C. D. Were taken by: Katie Lee Photography Website  Instagram  The rest were...

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Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. #blog 7

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Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming.  Blog #7 Cheryl J Muir who is pictured wearing the Snake print swimsuit.     1. First of all I'd like to ask you about your connection to wild swimming and how it makes you feel? After wild swimming I feel energized, alive and lit up. During the swim I feel very grounded and connected to nature. It’s very calming for the mind. I find that even if it’s an early swim and I’m driving up to the lake at 7am feeling a little tired, I always feel incredible afterwards. It’s a guaranteed mood-lifter!  2....

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Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. #blog 6

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Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming.  Blog #6 Ann Storr   Today's blog post was written by the lovely Ann Storr a freelance brand storyteller, food waste and sustainability expert. StorrCupboard is Ann’s food waste project, featured in national and international media including the London Evening Standard, The Guardian & BBC Earth’s ‘Regeneration’. An experienced public speaker and panel member, Ann’s work at the intersection of sustainability and food poverty provides the opportunity to raise new insights and drive discussion. As a Storyteller, Ann’s deep experience in psychology and interviewing enables Ann to dig deep and uncover her client’s motivations and...

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5 Tips for navigating through self isolation.

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How has your week been. No doubt these are trying times! I have tried to be positive and this week I've reached a point where everything is working together including my daily routine. 1. A time table either daily or weekly. One of my tips is, a daily plan is not just for children but helps me figure out what I need to do on a weekly basis. 2. Setting aside some time to meditate. This is important for your sanity and to take time to give thanks for all the good that you have and put the situation into...

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