Tag: mental health

I quit my job and you should too

I’ve got a history of mental health problems. There I said it. Shocked? It seems to be a topic that is slowly coming more into the open in recent years. However its one that can instil fear into many if brought up and an awkward attempt to change subject. Whether it’s taboo or not, the […]

Halfway point and hitting reset

27 miles travelled, more than a full marathon distance. A combination of mountain biking and good old fashioned boots on the ground got me there. The halfway point of my munro adventure, hitting 141 of the Scottish mountain summits. In hiking to two of the more remote munro peaks in An Sgarsoch and Carn an […]

Tennis gets inspired by mountains

Perched high up in the mountains is an inspiring place to be.  Even sports super stars need motivation from time to time and seek out high altitude epic views.  I came across an article reporting on tennis sensation Novak Djokovic and his recent hill walking adventures after losing in the French open. Summiting Mont Sainte-Victoire The tennis ace […]

100 Munro summits – a retrospective

Over 17 years have passed since I first completed my first munro aged 16, climbing Ben Lomond with a family friend.  At the time I didn’t know really what a munro was or how many existed.  It certainly didn’t entered my imagination that I would begin to make an attempt to summit all of them. Recently […]