The Wales Coast Path (and more reasons to say "yes")
Zoe describes herself as a mid-life blogger, speaker, and adventure seeker. She set off to walk the UK's longest national trail in 2011, solo and soon realised that despite her many fears of going alone or not being fit enough, she had, in fact, left it way too long. Realising that many women experience the same anxieties and doubts as her, Zoe is now on a mission to encourage more women to head out of their comfort zone and do something that scares them every day.
Zoe has written about her first 630 miles, solo adventure in her co-authored book, The Biggest Book of Yes, which launched on 1st August.
e-Book and print copies are available from Amazon.
This second part of the interview follows Zoe as she takes on the Wales Coast Path. Looking at the pictures, we can see why she loved it so much.
The Biggest Book of Yes - https://bit.ly/TBBOY3
The Wales Coast Path - https://www.walescoastpath.gov.uk/?lang=en
Zoe's Website and blog - headrightout.com
Zoe's Social Media - @headrightout on all platforms (Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook page).
Zoe Langley-Wathen on LinkedIn for anyone wishing to connect there.
Zoe's Facebook Group- HeadRightOut Hub-The Hub is a women-only, safe space to share fears and encourage members to push themselves out of their comfort zone.
Connect with Anna, aka Mud Butt, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Music provided for this Podcast by The Burns Sisters
"Dance Upon This Earth"