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Tough Girl Podcast

Sarah Williams

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Tough Girl Podcast

Tough Girl Podcast

Sarah Williams

44
Followers
107
Plays
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The Tough Girl Podcast is all about inspiring and motivating YOU! I will be interviewing inspirational women from around the world, who’ve faced and overcome difficult challenges and situations, they will share their story, their knowledge and provide advice and essential tips for you to overcome your own personal challenges.

Latest Episodes

Ursula Martin - Survived Ovarian Cancer - Walked 3,700 miles in Wales. Wrote a book. Now walking 5,000 miles across Europe!

Ursula Martin - She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at the age of 31 and later spent 17 months walking around Wales raising money and awareness of ovarian cancer. Since the walk, Ursula went on to write a book about her experience “One Woman Walks Wales”. During this podcast we learn more about Ursula’s early life, about the challenges she has faced and overcome, what she has learned and how she has struggle with self confidence and belief, but also why she knows she is a work in progress.

56 MIN6 d ago
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Ursula Martin - Survived Ovarian Cancer - Walked 3,700 miles in Wales. Wrote a book. Now walking 5,000 miles across Europe!

Janey McGill - Explorer of people, places and thoughts. Crossing 800km across Oman’s Empty Quarter on foot #meetmeinthefield

Janey McGill - In November 2018, Janey shared more about her early life, the challenges she has faced and overcome; from breaking her back in a horse riding accident to losing her purpose and way. We also discuss her solo 630-mile trek on the South West Coast Path. We catch up with Janey and find out what she’s been up to, she discusses conflict, the loss of her father, the challenges of leading a team and shares more about filming and writing a book about the expedition and plans for future.

37 MIN1 w ago
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Janey McGill - Explorer of people, places and thoughts. Crossing 800km across Oman’s Empty Quarter on foot #meetmeinthefield

Jo Moseley – Joy Encourager, Midlife Adventurer & Beach Cleaner who SUP 162 miles, Coast to Coast across Great Britain!

Jo is 53 years young and lives on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales. Jo decided to row a million metres and marathon for Macmillan Cancer Support. For eight months Jo would head down to her local gym and hop on the rowing machine. During this podcast Jo also shared more about her experiences with menopause and peri menopause and how exercise helped her both physically and mentally and how she began to incorporate more of it into her life.

53 MIN1 w ago
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Jo Moseley – Joy Encourager, Midlife Adventurer & Beach Cleaner who SUP 162 miles, Coast to Coast across Great Britain!

Arita Baaijens - To rewild the western mind Arita Baaijens looks for ancient narratives that matter in the modern world.

Arita Baaijens - has recently returned from her 2nd expedition to the rainforest in Papua New Guinea. While in Papua’s New Guinea, Arita has been focusing on life in the forest. This has involved taking sound recordings of ambient sounds, birds, etc. with the goal of producing a podcast in which the forest is the main character. There has also been a focus on the birds and how they communicate with each other and the local people. Arita also shares more about starting the - Dictionary for the Future

47 MIN2 w ago
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Arita Baaijens - To rewild the western mind Arita Baaijens looks for ancient narratives that matter in the modern world.

Louise Johnstone - Endurance Athlete & PT, discussing mental health, Marathon des Sables & her next challenge #2020RunNorthSea

Louise Johnstone - is a Dundee based person trainer and endurance athlete. She has spent her career focusing on improving the mental and physical health of women, utilising her expansive knowledge to adapt recommendations to allow each individual to strive for an improvement in their health. Louisedescribes herself as a ‘middle to back of the pack’ runner, loving to chat with fellow runners along the way, to hear their stories and what has brought them to take on their current challenge.

43 MIN2 w ago
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Louise Johnstone - Endurance Athlete & PT, discussing mental health, Marathon des Sables & her next challenge #2020RunNorthSea

Carolin Botterill - Bravery, Running the Jungle Ultra for the 5th time - Plus Escaping the Jungle - a 200km race in Belize!

Carolin Botterill loves taking herself on ultra-running and backpacking adventures to far-flung corners of the globe, and she is passionate about shining the light on mental illness as a member of the Bigger Than the Trail team. Carolin shares more about dealing with her first DNF (Did Not Finish) at the start of January 2019 during the Spine Race in the UK, plus camping solo in the back country and what it was like running the Jungle Ultra with a friend.

38 MIN3 w ago
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Carolin Botterill - Bravery, Running the Jungle Ultra for the 5th time - Plus Escaping the Jungle - a 200km race in Belize!

Rosie Watson - Running from the UK to Mongolia, finding stories of better ways of living in the climate crisis.

Rosie Watson - Started her solo and self supported run on the 17th August 2019. Along the way, Rosie will be meeting with people from projects who are creating a new, and a more sustainable way of living, and who are dedicated to tackling the climate crisis and its related issues. Rosie will share these stories through her website. "By exploring the climate crisis and it’s solutions through a story of adventure, I aim to explore these issues in a fresh and personal way."

41 MIN3 w ago
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Rosie Watson - Running from the UK to Mongolia, finding stories of better ways of living in the climate crisis.

Audrey McIntosh - 56, Her Global Odyssey, 100km non-stop in each of the World’s Continents!

Audrey McIntosh - In November 2013, she made a bit of running history when she became the first Scot (and second British woman) to complete my Antarctic Odyssey — the Antarctic Ice Marathon and Antarctic 100km double — in the space of three days. In 2015, she completed the North Pole Marathon and became the first Scot to complete all 3 polar races. In January 2017 she became the first person to complete the double extreme marathon event of the Namibian Sand Marathon and Genghis Khan Ice Marathon.

48 MINAPR 30
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Audrey McIntosh - 56, Her Global Odyssey, 100km non-stop in each of the World’s Continents!

Gina Johansen - Walking 3,000km the length of Norway, plus a solo crossing of Lake Baikal in Siberia!

Gina Johansen - Has a passion for travel and adventure, and for pushing herself outside of her comfort zone. Her goal is to “Escape the Ordinary”. Over the past few years, that is what Gina has done! During this episode, Gina shares more about her early life, how she got into adventure, how she picks future challenges and what she has learned on the way. Gina also provides top tips and advice to motivate and inspire you as you go after your next challenge.

36 MINAPR 28
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Gina Johansen - Walking 3,000km the length of Norway, plus a solo crossing of Lake Baikal in Siberia!

Alice Morrison - A 1,000 mile walk with 3 Amazigh (Berber) companions and 6 camels across the Sahara desert in Morocco!

Alice Morrison will share more about her walk across the Sahara Desert. Alice left Draa at Oued Chbika on the 26th November 2019 and walked over 1000 miles (with three Amazigh (Berber) companions and six camels) to Guerguerat on the Mauritanian Border and finished part 2 of the adventure at the end of February 2020.

48 MINAPR 23
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Alice Morrison - A 1,000 mile walk with 3 Amazigh (Berber) companions and 6 camels across the Sahara desert in Morocco!

Latest Episodes

Ursula Martin - Survived Ovarian Cancer - Walked 3,700 miles in Wales. Wrote a book. Now walking 5,000 miles across Europe!

Ursula Martin - She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at the age of 31 and later spent 17 months walking around Wales raising money and awareness of ovarian cancer. Since the walk, Ursula went on to write a book about her experience “One Woman Walks Wales”. During this podcast we learn more about Ursula’s early life, about the challenges she has faced and overcome, what she has learned and how she has struggle with self confidence and belief, but also why she knows she is a work in progress.

56 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Ursula Martin - Survived Ovarian Cancer - Walked 3,700 miles in Wales. Wrote a book. Now walking 5,000 miles across Europe!

Janey McGill - Explorer of people, places and thoughts. Crossing 800km across Oman’s Empty Quarter on foot #meetmeinthefield

Janey McGill - In November 2018, Janey shared more about her early life, the challenges she has faced and overcome; from breaking her back in a horse riding accident to losing her purpose and way. We also discuss her solo 630-mile trek on the South West Coast Path. We catch up with Janey and find out what she’s been up to, she discusses conflict, the loss of her father, the challenges of leading a team and shares more about filming and writing a book about the expedition and plans for future.

37 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Janey McGill - Explorer of people, places and thoughts. Crossing 800km across Oman’s Empty Quarter on foot #meetmeinthefield

Jo Moseley – Joy Encourager, Midlife Adventurer & Beach Cleaner who SUP 162 miles, Coast to Coast across Great Britain!

Jo is 53 years young and lives on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales. Jo decided to row a million metres and marathon for Macmillan Cancer Support. For eight months Jo would head down to her local gym and hop on the rowing machine. During this podcast Jo also shared more about her experiences with menopause and peri menopause and how exercise helped her both physically and mentally and how she began to incorporate more of it into her life.

53 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Jo Moseley – Joy Encourager, Midlife Adventurer & Beach Cleaner who SUP 162 miles, Coast to Coast across Great Britain!

Arita Baaijens - To rewild the western mind Arita Baaijens looks for ancient narratives that matter in the modern world.

Arita Baaijens - has recently returned from her 2nd expedition to the rainforest in Papua New Guinea. While in Papua’s New Guinea, Arita has been focusing on life in the forest. This has involved taking sound recordings of ambient sounds, birds, etc. with the goal of producing a podcast in which the forest is the main character. There has also been a focus on the birds and how they communicate with each other and the local people. Arita also shares more about starting the - Dictionary for the Future

47 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Arita Baaijens - To rewild the western mind Arita Baaijens looks for ancient narratives that matter in the modern world.

Louise Johnstone - Endurance Athlete & PT, discussing mental health, Marathon des Sables & her next challenge #2020RunNorthSea

Louise Johnstone - is a Dundee based person trainer and endurance athlete. She has spent her career focusing on improving the mental and physical health of women, utilising her expansive knowledge to adapt recommendations to allow each individual to strive for an improvement in their health. Louisedescribes herself as a ‘middle to back of the pack’ runner, loving to chat with fellow runners along the way, to hear their stories and what has brought them to take on their current challenge.

43 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Louise Johnstone - Endurance Athlete & PT, discussing mental health, Marathon des Sables & her next challenge #2020RunNorthSea

Carolin Botterill - Bravery, Running the Jungle Ultra for the 5th time - Plus Escaping the Jungle - a 200km race in Belize!

Carolin Botterill loves taking herself on ultra-running and backpacking adventures to far-flung corners of the globe, and she is passionate about shining the light on mental illness as a member of the Bigger Than the Trail team. Carolin shares more about dealing with her first DNF (Did Not Finish) at the start of January 2019 during the Spine Race in the UK, plus camping solo in the back country and what it was like running the Jungle Ultra with a friend.

38 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Carolin Botterill - Bravery, Running the Jungle Ultra for the 5th time - Plus Escaping the Jungle - a 200km race in Belize!

Rosie Watson - Running from the UK to Mongolia, finding stories of better ways of living in the climate crisis.

Rosie Watson - Started her solo and self supported run on the 17th August 2019. Along the way, Rosie will be meeting with people from projects who are creating a new, and a more sustainable way of living, and who are dedicated to tackling the climate crisis and its related issues. Rosie will share these stories through her website. "By exploring the climate crisis and it’s solutions through a story of adventure, I aim to explore these issues in a fresh and personal way."

41 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Rosie Watson - Running from the UK to Mongolia, finding stories of better ways of living in the climate crisis.

Audrey McIntosh - 56, Her Global Odyssey, 100km non-stop in each of the World’s Continents!

Audrey McIntosh - In November 2013, she made a bit of running history when she became the first Scot (and second British woman) to complete my Antarctic Odyssey — the Antarctic Ice Marathon and Antarctic 100km double — in the space of three days. In 2015, she completed the North Pole Marathon and became the first Scot to complete all 3 polar races. In January 2017 she became the first person to complete the double extreme marathon event of the Namibian Sand Marathon and Genghis Khan Ice Marathon.

48 MINAPR 30
Comments
Audrey McIntosh - 56, Her Global Odyssey, 100km non-stop in each of the World’s Continents!

Gina Johansen - Walking 3,000km the length of Norway, plus a solo crossing of Lake Baikal in Siberia!

Gina Johansen - Has a passion for travel and adventure, and for pushing herself outside of her comfort zone. Her goal is to “Escape the Ordinary”. Over the past few years, that is what Gina has done! During this episode, Gina shares more about her early life, how she got into adventure, how she picks future challenges and what she has learned on the way. Gina also provides top tips and advice to motivate and inspire you as you go after your next challenge.

36 MINAPR 28
Comments
Gina Johansen - Walking 3,000km the length of Norway, plus a solo crossing of Lake Baikal in Siberia!

Alice Morrison - A 1,000 mile walk with 3 Amazigh (Berber) companions and 6 camels across the Sahara desert in Morocco!

Alice Morrison will share more about her walk across the Sahara Desert. Alice left Draa at Oued Chbika on the 26th November 2019 and walked over 1000 miles (with three Amazigh (Berber) companions and six camels) to Guerguerat on the Mauritanian Border and finished part 2 of the adventure at the end of February 2020.

48 MINAPR 23
Comments
Alice Morrison - A 1,000 mile walk with 3 Amazigh (Berber) companions and 6 camels across the Sahara desert in Morocco!
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