I hear this question a lot well I don’t, I hear the answer to the question. “I’m too fat”, “I look like a fool”, “my face is too red” or “everyone will be watching me’. But I wonder how many of us have considered that other peoples opinion of us is actually none of ourContinue reading “What will they think?”
1. 847 miles is going to be toughI might have underestimated how far it is or my ability but that’s okay – it’s a challenge for a reason. It’s also for a great cause raising awareness for #PaddleKitHerWay and money for Weldmar Hospice. 2. Confidence can waverSome days my confidence feels like a powerhouse onContinue reading “10 Things I’ve learnt from the first 120 miles”
It’s not long until corona virus restrictions are due to begin lifting, with day travel within the UK back on the cards from May! For me, that means more chances for paddle adventures, slightly further afield in Dorset and I can’t wait. I’m very lucky to have incredible paddle destinations right on my doorstep whichContinue reading “My Top 4 Lockdown Locations”
For me, the lessons SUP has taught me reach much further than I ever imagined – it’s not just about the board and the water. – it’s about confidence, resilience and drive to do more. But hey, if you’re reading my blog you’ve probably already realised that!
Hi I’m Sarah! I started paddling this year and I fell in love with this wonderful sport, joined a club, upgraded my board (twice!) and fell head over heals for everything SUP.💙 As it gets colder, I found it increasingly challenging to find kit in women’s sizes. Most brands only go up to a Women’sContinue reading “Hello!”
The purpose of clothes is to fit our bodies, it’s not up to my body to change to fit the clothes! This is true for everything we buy to wear, including kit and is at the root of my frustration about the lack of size inclusivity in Watersports. It reflects the society that we liveContinue reading “It should fit my body…”
There’s lots of ways I’d describe the paddle boarding community: inclusive, welcoming and wonderful. Like many others, I discovered the world of SUP this year as a perfect, socially distanced escape and way to spend time outdoors. As a size 18 woman, only slightly larger than the average, which is a UK16, I thought itContinue reading “#PaddleKitHerWay”