Wild swimmers Q & A

Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. #Blog 3.

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Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. Blog #3 Lydia Paleschi @lydiapaleschi as seen wearing the Snake skin print swimsuit. Photography by @flyingcloud_max         First of all I'd like to ask you about your connection to wild swimming and how it makes you feel? For me, wild swimming is a way to keep myself grounded and connected to the real world. You’d be amazed how a ten minute swim in the sea can transform your mindset, making you feel invigorated yet calmer. As cliche as it sounds, it really does feel like you’re hitting the reset button at the end...

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Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. #Blog 2.

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Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. Blog #2 Bethany Allen @bethany_allen  As seen wearing the Sea turtle print swimsuit   + @noraflashdesign is wearing the Snake skin print swimsuit in red/orange Photography by @flyingcloud_max           First of all I'd like to ask you about your connection to wild swimming and how it makes you feel? How long have you been wild swimming for?   I grew up by the beach on the south coast of Cornwall so the ocean has always played a huge role in my life. I’m pretty sure I could swim before I could walk and my parents would...

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Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. #Blog 1.

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Swimmers and their connection to Wild swimming. Blog 1# Anna James. @calmcavecreations (As seen wearing the Sea turtle print swimsuit and face mask)  Hello, this is the first of a personal blog with Q & A’s with ‘Wild swimmer’s’ 1. First of all I'd like to ask you about your connection to wild swimming and how it makes you feel? Wild swimming is so much more than just getting wet. For me it’s a connection to nature. It’s soaking up the minerals and natural nutrients. It’s watching a glorious kingfisher fly just above my head. It’s the baby fish pecking at your feet 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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