A.M.A (Ask Me Anything) 2 – Melissa Wynn asks about “The Fear of Uncertainty”

A.M.A (Ask Me Anything) 2 – Melissa Wynn asks about “The Fear of Uncertainty”

“Hey Paul! I have a question: I really enjoy your posts about tackling and overcoming fear. I think more people should talk about this! At this stage in my life my biggest fear has been uncertainty. The unknown. What direction will my life be taking next week, next month, 3 years from now…. How doesRead more about A.M.A (Ask Me Anything) 2 – Melissa Wynn asks about “The Fear of Uncertainty”[…]

A.M.A. (Ask Me Anything) 1 – Bernard Ferrao asks about dealing with The trauma associated with Cyclone Idai

A.M.A. (Ask Me Anything) 1 – Bernard Ferrao asks about dealing with The trauma associated with Cyclone Idai

“How have you been able to deal with some of the sights and scenes of death and destruction caused by Cyclone Idai? From what I understood there were dead bodies of people and animals everywhere. Give us your perspective a few months on.” – Bernard Ferrao a.k.a Tokoloshi Zim First of all Thank you BernardRead more about A.M.A. (Ask Me Anything) 1 – Bernard Ferrao asks about dealing with The trauma associated with Cyclone Idai[…]

The Chronicles Of Suntwe Instalment 3 – First Approach

The Chronicles Of Suntwe Instalment 3 – First Approach

As I looked at her across the empty space, standing there elegantly in her silent power, I noticed her confident pose amongst the chaos that surrounded her. The unwavering stillness of her infinite strength. Calm amidst the storm that surrounded her. The strength of a warrior mixed with the quiet stillness of a nurturing mother.Read more about The Chronicles Of Suntwe Instalment 3 – First Approach[…]

Zambezi Stand Up Paddling (SUP) – “Stairway to Heaven”

Zambezi Stand Up Paddling (SUP) – “Stairway to Heaven”

Dropping into Zambezi rapid #5 on a Stand Up Paddleboard is a bit like skateboarding off a 2 storey building. It’s pretty nerve racking…. The shear size of this high volume class 5 rapid is quite intimidating and I honestly thought I was gonna be off the board and swimming right from the top……  Read more about Zambezi Stand Up Paddling (SUP) – “Stairway to Heaven”[…]