Posts Tagged: Wild Swimming

Water. It’s part of Scotland’s DNA

As we slide inevitably into a new decade (how did that happen?) we can be forgiven for wishing that things would get better. The past ten years haven’t been great one in terms of news headlines. We’ve seen a devastating rise in the demand for food banks, and public services are in crisis; we’re witnessing… Read more »

Fitness tracking and scaring Monsters

I have a new bit of technology which is pleasing me far more than it should. It allows me to indulge the competitive side of my nature even when I am asleep. Perhaps against my better judgement I have gone over to the dark side of fitness. I asked Santa to bring me a personal… Read more »

Wild Swimming? Don’t knock it till you try it.

What is it that my Mum used to say when I was reluctant to try something new? ‘Don’t knock it till you’ve tried it’. When you think about it, that’s annoyingly good advice for most of life’s situations – without taking that advice I would never have picked up a ukulele (I now enjoy an… Read more »