Career change - what decision do you need to make?

The newsletter that starts with a question

Welcome to the seventh issue of About The Adventure newsletter! This one has taken a little longer to get together, but finally here it is. I hope that it will brighten your inbox - especially my latest guest on the podcast. How are you getting on with the coaching questions? This is the final one of the first series of questions - so next time we will have a completely fresh batch! Here’s a quick re-cap:

  1. What’s critical to resolve right now?”

  2. What impact is this having on your life?”

  3. “What do you know you’ve been doing that’s prevented you from resolving this?”

  4. “What’s this cost you in the past?”

  5. “What’s the impact now?”

  6. “What’s going to happen in the future if you don’t get this resolved?”

To follow on from these, my final question for you is:

What decision are you making inside yourself right now?

This series of questions brings you towards making a decision that you feel really committed to. If you’d like to share your decision with me you can email sarah@sarahventurer.com and I will read it in confidence. If you’d like to go through these questions together then I’m very happy to do that as an introduction to my coaching work. At the moment that will need to be over the phone or on a video call.

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“Life is happening now, live it!”

Episode six of About The Adventure podcast is an interview with Helen Turton - manager of Newland Expeditions, which specialises in guided ski expeditions and winter polar training at all levels. We met for the first time this Autumn when I discovered that Helen was spending some time in the Peak District this year. I invited her to Edale for hot drinks at the Penny Pot Cafe on a rainy day, where we sat outdoors undercover getting to know each other. After hearing about her amazing adventures and career journey, of course I had to invite her on as a guest on my podcast. It was such a great opportunity while she’s here in the Peaks.

I invited Helen to be a guest on the show because of her dynamic personality, inspiring stories, and positive outlook towards life. She really lives by her company motto "Life is happening now....live it!" In fact, she wears it too! Tune into this podcast episode to find out Helen's approach to making decisions in work and life, listen to snippets of her adventure stories, and enjoy her dynamic personality as she shines through the audio waves!

I think that this episode will be of particular interest to people who are: thinking about moving towards a career that involves outdoor leadership, planning an adventure or expedition, needing a nudge to step out of their comfort zone, or if you’re noticing a lack of direction. Make sure that you listen all the way to the end because Helen asks you a question to take away and think about.

Click here to tune in right away, or read my blog post and the list of questions that I asked during our interview. You will hopefully be able to hear Grindsbrook flowing in the background of our interview. If you have any suggestions or feedback about this episode please do send them my way: sarah@sarahventurer.com

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A new idea for 2021 - what do you think?

I’ve had an idea for next year - a seasonal group coaching programme online. It would be focused on making changes guided by the seasons throughout the year 2021. The committment would be small in terms of time and cost, so that it is accessible to people. My aim would be for you to experience a new approach to making changes in your life that are grounded by nature, creativity, and connection with people. My question to you now - how does that sound?

If there are a few people interested, then I will start to flesh out the details and see what format you would prefer.

To let me know what you think, you can email me: sarah@sarahventurer.com or leave a comment below. This doesn’t commit you to anything, I would just appreciate your feedback on my initial idea.

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On my blog: What does fear stop you from doing?

Earlier this month I spent a day with Clare Kelly from Her on a Hill to learn and practice advanced navigation skills in the local hills of Kinder Scout. Getting to this point has been a revelation for me, as I was very reluctant to learn map and compass skills before meeting Clare a couple of years ago.

My experience got me thinking about how fear can stop me from doing things that can actually really help and nurture me, in my career and other aspects of life. In this blog post I share:

  • my fear of learning in a group environment

  • how Clare has helped to change my perspective

  • a short exercise to help you explore your own fears

I’ve also included some links to a previous blog post connected to this one, my podcast episode with Clare Kelly, and to her websites for information on navigation courses, guided walks and all of the other wonderful work that she does when not in lockdown.

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Get involved with my newsletter content

Here are a few ways that you can take part and help to shape my content:

  1. Put forward a question to ask the founders of The Living Project about their career changes. Josh used to work in property and education & Cormac used to support humanitarian and development projects. Now they work together to create wild group experiences and a fantastic podcast.

  2. Join the discussion on: Career change - What do you absolutely need to know before you make it happen?

  3. Leave a comment about what you’re enjoying, or what you’d like to see more of in this newsletter. Make suggestions for future topics or ask questions.

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Featured coaching session

I have temporarily moved all of my career coaching sessions to phone and video calls, but I do encourage people to walk while we talk on the phone if the weather and phone signal allows. I think that movement while talking can really help with thoughtful flow, with energy shifts, and with opening up to new ideas. I also think it’s great for stomping out frustration, or having a few moments to yourself for reflection and emotional release.

When I can meet with people again, I would really like to share some of the beautiful waterfall spots that I have discovered while living here in Edale. It is particularly exciting to be here after heavy rainfall because the cloughs get really loud with the rush of water flowing through.

This week I tried out some waterfall photography for the first time, which was a lot of fun. You would’ve laughed if you’d seen me learning how to set up a tripod and slipping about in the water. This is all new to me and a great challenge to capture the places that I really love and appreciate. The featured photograph has been edited by my neighbour who has very kindly let me borrow his camera. He’s been really encouraging me and giving me great tips along the way, which makes me want to get out even more to experiment.

As this waterfall is very close to Edale village we could walk here during a coaching session in about half an hour, then sit by the water enjoying the view with a brew. It’s not super easy to reach, but we’d have a lot of fun arriving as long as you don’t mind getting your boots a bit wet. We could even take our boots off and enjoy a cold foot bath - I’ll go first! After warming up with brews, we could then continue along Grindsbrook and scramble to the hilltop, or return to the village for a shorter and more relaxed coaching session.

Although we can’t meet this month, let’s see what December and the new year brings. You can still book ahead with me and if we need to cancel or reschedule then that’s all good, I work in a very flexible way. And if you like, we can start with an online chat or phone call, then move to a walking session when we can. If you have any questions please get in touch, I welcome curiosity with open arms.

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Thank you so much for reading my newsletter, I really enjoy putting together my content in this space and connecting with you. I already have a new interview to upload on my blog, which will be featured in the next issue. And my list of podcast guests is growing every day, so if you have any suggestions please send them in because it keeps me going with these projects. What projects are you working on?

Career change - What do you absolutely need to know before you make it happen?

Here’s a question for you to explore and discuss while I prepare my next newsletter. There’s no right or wrong answers - this is simply a place for you to share your response. If you’d prefer to share yours only with me then you can email sarah@sarahventurer.com

I’m planning my next interviews and newsletter content, so please get in touch if you’d like to make any suggestions or to put forward your questions. As soon as it’s ready I’ll post it out.

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Career change - what's gonna happen if you don't make a start?

The newsletter that starts with a question

Welcome to the sixth issue of About The Adventure newsletter! I’m very excited to send you brand new content this week, including a career change interview on my blog and a freshly published podcast episode. But first, let’s get to the next coaching question. When we’ve completed a round of seven questions in total, I’ll start afresh with a new set. Here’s the first list so far:

  1. What’s critical to resolve right now?”

  2. What impact is this having on your life?”

  3. “What do you know you’ve been doing that’s prevented you from resolving this?”

  4. “What’s this cost you in the past?”

  5. “What’s the impact now?”

To follow on from these, my next question for you is:

What’s going to happen in the future if you don’t get this resolved?

Of course these questions don’t just relate to changing career, is there another area of your life that you need to focus on first? These questions formed part of my training when I did my coaching course, and by asking myself these I realised that I needed to look at my health, home and relationships before I could find the energy to focus on my career change. What’s coming up for you? As always, you are very welcome to share by emailing me: sarah@sarahventurer.com

This list of questions can be used on a frequent basis, as a way of bringing focus to the challenge that needs to be resolved before anything else. I come back to them time and time again, it’s a great coaching tool that you can use for writing or in conversation with someone you feel comfortable with.

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“Being kind is the best way to find work”

Episode five of About The Adventure podcast is an interview with Gabby Wolstenholme - by boyfriend’s sister who also lives here in Edale. Gabby has been helping me to do some test recordings with my new podcast setup, and is also now editor of my podcast! It’s so great to work together and I know that Gabby will help me to improve the quality because she’s great at giving me feedback and offering new ideas. She has a variety of other work in the village which includes serving customers in the local shop and supporting outdoor lifestyle brand Jam Cycling.

I asked Gabby to be a guest on the show because of her unconventional route to finding new work opportunities. Rather than spending months sending off job applications and curating a CV, she has been offered new opportunities by meeting people and being open to work. As a recent graduate, I also wanted to capture her perspective on University life and how important she thinks it is to get a degree.

I think that this episode will be of particular interest to people who are thinking about going to University, to parents who are talking to their children about University and work options for the future, to anyone looking for a different approach to finding interesting work opportunities, and to students who are worried about entering the world of work or who are feeling directionless.

Click here to tune in right away, or read my blog post and the list of questions that I asked during our interview. It’s great to be back with the show and I’m planning more episodes as I type. You may notice a bit of wind blowing into the mics during this episode so next time I’ll choose a more sheltered spot to record. If you have any suggestions or feedback please do send them my way: sarah@sarahventurer.com

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How to get involved with this newsletter

As well as sending you questions and content, I’m thinking of ways to make this newsletter interactive with readers and subscribers. Have you got a career change story to share? Or do you know somebody else who has?

  • Ask me if you can be interviewed on my career change blog

  • Suggest people who you’d like to see on my blog or hear on my podcast

  • Send me your questions that you’d like to ask for an online discussion, to put to my guests, or topics for me to write about as a blog post

  • Let me know what you need right now - is it a powerful question, a friendly chat, a coaching session, a refreshing hike, or something else?

You can email me: sarah@sarahventurer.com or leave a comment.

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Interview feature

This week I posted a brand new blog interview with Charlotte Holroyd who had quite a varied career path before creating her own branding and design business - Creative Wilderness. Charlotte is really passionate about sustainability and being as ethical as she can in her business. She works with businesses who are making a positive contribution to the world and suggests sustainable brand experience items to her clients. Alongside working with clients, Charlotte is also working on developing a new “Brand Builder” course which will bring her more freedom to spend time outside in nature and to go on adventures in Autumn the VW camper.

“One thing I learnt last year was that I had to listen to my body and inner voice and rhythms when running my business otherwise my creativity diminishes and everything loses its spark.”

I asked Charlotte why she decided to start her own business, how she figured out what she wanted to do and if that's changed over time, what things she continues to find challenging, when spending time outdoors became important to her, where the idea come from to run monthly business support sessions for conscious entrepreneurs, and much more! At the end, she asks you a couple of questions to take away and think about.

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Coaching walk of the week

Since moving to Edale I’ve been visiting a special tree each autumn. It’s not far from the village but it’s in a quiet spot, tucked behind the hills of the Great Ridge. I love the shape of it and the golden leaves at this time of year. The walk to approach it is wonderful too, a nice and steady uphill hike revealing an incredible view of rocky Back Tor. I went up there this week with a camera and a few snacks and spent about two hours taking photos of this tree.

As a coaching session I would suggest two and a half hours for this one. We’d meet up in Edale village and hike up the hill at a nice steady pace while I ask you some opening questions. This week I discovered a nice flat patch of ground where we could sit for a while with a brew in fine weather and explore more questions together, with this tree in front of us and a fantastic view of the hills. Then we’d move on, along the Great Ridge and back into Edale via Hollins Cross or Mam Tor.

The tree is spectacular right now, so I’d highly recommend this one for an October coaching session. I usually charge £65 for a walking session like this, with other options available if this is too expensive for you. We’d take it at a pace that suits you, with the focus on our conversation rather than a marching hike - unless of course that’s what you feel you most need. My bookings are always flexible too, so if you need to change it for any reason there are no extra charges. If you’d like a chat on the phone first, or to ask me any questions, you can email me: sarah@sarahventurer.com

Please note that there is also the option to book an online coaching session, or a phonecall which you can take outside for a walk in your local area. I know that long-distance travel isn’t ideal at the moment so I’m happy to do whatever you think is best.

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  • Share with other people who are thinking or talking about career change.

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Thank you so much for reading my newsletter, I get so excited about putting it together and sending it out to you. It’s also really motivating me to put new content together and to improve my photography. I’m sending it out a little later than usual this week but it will hopefully bring some inspiration to your inbox this weekend.

Career change - how can you break the cycle and get more energy?

The newsletter that starts with a question

Welcome to the fifth issue of About The Adventure newsletter, and to new subscribers! It’s lovely to have you here. Last week I spent some time with my family on short walks as my dad doesn’t really enjoy big hikes, I cooked them a meal and we enjoyed plenty of cosy coffee chats. It was so good to see them again as they live in Norfolk and I hadn’t seen them since January. This week I’m feeling refreshed and ready to begin writing and sharing my latest newsletter. The title is taken from my latest blog interview with Andy Darnton who asks three questions to take away and think about. His interview is featured in this issue so don’t miss that!

Here is your next coaching question - have you been scribbling any thoughts down so far? In previous issues I asked:

  1. What’s critical to resolve right now?”

  2. What impact is this having on your life?”

  3. “What do you know you’ve been doing that’s prevented you from resolving this?”

  4. “What’s this cost you in the past?”

To follow on from these, my next question for you is:

What’s the impact now?

If you can right now, take your thoughts outside before you put pen to paper. Then just write and let it all flow on the page. As always, you're very welcome to send me an email with some thoughts, or to let me know what these questions are revealing for you. It will be kept confidential and if you’d like some more questions I’m happy to send them over to you. My email is: sarah@sarahventurer.com

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“The idea that just wouldn’t go away”

Episode four of About The Adventure podcast is an interview with Anna Caig who offers media training workshops and communications consultancy for writers and other creatives. She started Anna Caig Communications this year (2020) following 17 years of working in communications. She also tutors on the MA Journalism course at The University of Sheffield and writes crime fiction. Her current work in progress has been shortlisted for the CWA Debut Dagger prize.

I first met Anna via our mutual friend - writer and coach Joanne Burn, who I interviewed on my blog last year. We all met up for a trip to Scarthin Books and I remember Anna telling us about her business idea on the way there which we were all very excited about. Since then, Anna has made it happen and I couldn’t wait to ask her all about it! You can see my full list of questions on my blog post as well as links to Anna’s blog and social media accounts.

Tune into this podcast episode to find out why Anna has started her own training business to help writers to build their brand and reach more readers, what challenges she has come across so far, and where she goes for creative inspiration.

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Transport me into nature - a collaborative playlist

A couple of months ago I had an idea to create a collaborative playlist with music that transports me into nature. I’ve added a few tracks and I’d really like to invite you to listen and to add any music that reminds you of being outside or includes sounds from nature. Of course there will be lots of different music tastes in the mix, so it’s an opportunity to share and discover new artists and sounds.


Interview feature

Yesterday I posted a brand new blog interview with Andy Darnton who in 2017 decided to put his career as a lawyer behind him for a simpler life. His freelance work as a technology consultant supports him financially and gives him more freedom to pursue his love of nature and spending time outdoors, particularly in the Lake District. He's working towards a Mountain Leader qualification and writes a blog about his adventures, work-life balance, gear reviews and outdoor challenges.

I first came across Andy and his blog via Twitter, where he has been really supportive and encouraging of my podcast. I was interested to find out more about him after reading his career change story on his blog, so I invited him to be interviewed here.

“As the honeymoon period wore off, the realisation that I’d chosen the wrong career hit me. Not being one to give up easily, I spent the next 10 years giving it a good go, thinking the situation might improve as I climbed the corporate ladder.”

I asked Andy why he decided to leave a job that he'd studied and worked hard for, what expectations, worries or fears he had about making a career change and if they matched his experience, what have been the very clear benefits of his decision, and much more. At the end, Andy asks you not just one, but three questions to take away and think about!

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More than a newsletter

As well as sending you questions and content, I’m thinking about ways to create a community through this newsletter, bringing people together who share the desire to explore alternative careers.

Here are a few ways to get involved:

  1. Make suggestions for future discussion topics - what questions are you asking yourself?

  2. Put yourself forward, or someone you know, to be interviewed on my blog or podcast if you have a career change story that you’d like to share.

  3. Have a virtual brew with me - share your thoughts, ideas, worries, frustrations, or just have someone to talk to who will listen.

I’ve written about why I started this newsletter and how I want to make it unique in “Meet Our Members” on the Sheffield Creative Guild website.

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Coaching walk of the week

On Sunday last week I packed a bag full of warm layers, waterproofs, a borrowed camera, my OL1 map and compass, and a big lunchbox which included snacks that my mum had left with me. I headed out without a definite plan as I wanted to reach local places that I hadn’t explored before and to open up the map with a fresh perspective. The first paths I took were familiar, but when I reached Edale Cross my boots were on new territory.

I had been thinking about heading down to Kinder Reservoir, but Kinderlow Cavern called out to me as I studied the map. I decided to hike up Kinderlow End which is a brilliant short, steep hike to the top. I didn’t do it all in one go as I stopped to take loads of pictures. This is the view out towards Sandy Heys and William Clough which looked very dramatic in the beautiful autumn light. The cavern remains a mystery for now, but after some research I have a slightly clearer picture of where it might be.

We’d need at least half a day for this hike as a coaching session, but it would also work really well as a full day. It’s a brand new one to add to my collection, and definitely a favourite of mine as the views are so varied and the steep hike up among the rocks is great fun, with plenty of places to sit and take it all in.

I usually charge £150 for a full day coaching session but if you’re looking at that price in shock or horror, I do offer other options for people who are unemployed, having any money troubles, or if that amount isn’t affordable for you for any reason - which you don’t need to disclose. It’s really important to me that money doesn’t become a barrier to us working together when these outdoor coaching sessions appeal to you. So please, just send me an email and ask.

If you have any questions to ask me about my coaching work, or if you are interested in booking in a session together, please email sarah@sarahventurer.com and I’ll get back to you as quick as I can. Please note that online sessions are also available.

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  • Send me some love by tapping the grey heart icon to help improve my search rankings.

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  • Share with other people who are thinking or talking about career change.

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  • Buy me a coffee, and even better - invite me sarah@sarahventurer.com for a virtual brew!

  • Let me know what’s happening for you right now - is there anything that I can help you with, or anything you’d like to share in confidence?

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Thank you so much for reading my newsletter. In podcast news, I have recorded a new episode this week here in Edale and with a slightly different format. My guest is also my new podcast editor - I can’t wait to share it next week!

Career change - what's preventing you from making a move?

The newsletter that starts with a question

Welcome to the fourth issue of About The Adventure newsletter, and to new subscribers! Last week I was testing out my podcasting equipment with a few recordings in different locations around my home and the local hills, so I’m almost ready to start recording again. I also put together a new interview on my blog and prepared my next one, which I’m really looking forward to share with you.

Let’s continue with our career coaching questions - how are you getting on with these? In previous issues I asked:

  1. What’s critical to resolve right now?”

  2. What impact is this having on your life?”

  3. “What do you know you’ve been doing that’s prevented you from resolving this?

To follow on from these, my next question for you is:

What’s this cost you in the past?

If you’re getting any blocks or finding it challenging to write more than a sentence, can you take your thoughts and your notebook to a different environment? I think it’s really important to create a new space to think and write.

As I’ve said in previous issues, you’re very welcome to share your responses with me. My email address is sarah@sarahventurer.com if you want to send me a photo of your notebook, your written thoughts, or any questions that you have. If you’re thinking about a career change, I’m curious to know what’s preventing you from making a move?

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“Sometimes things change and you take a different path”

Episode three of About The Adventure podcast is an interview with Nutritionist in training, Rachel Fletcher, who is in the early stages of changing her career after 19 years of working for Derbyshire Police. I first met Rachel through a volunteer mentoring scheme provided by Sheffield Hallam University and since our sessions finished we've stayed in touch for coffees, lunches and walks. Rachel's story captured my attention straight away because she's made such a big change from her career working in the police and she's courageous to try new things - such as recording this podcast episode!

I ask Rachel a heap of questions in this podcast, she really keeps me on my toes! My questions include:

  • How has your outlook on life changed since you started your degree?

  • Do you feel now that you’re not working full time that you have more balance in your life?

  • How did your friends and family react to your change of career?

  • What fears, worries or challenges have you faced along your path so far?

I think that this episode will be of particular interest to people who are concerned about starting a completely new career path after following the same one for a long time, to anyone interested in nutrition, health and lifestyle, and to people thinking about returning to study. You can see what else I asked Rachel over on my blog, where you can also find the links to tune in, or you can press play here right away!

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Interview feature

Last week I published a new interview with Rachel Peru who began a new career as a model aged 46 and since then has been flying the flag for misunderstood and misrepresented women everywhere, particularly those in midlife, showing that they are not invisible in the fashion industry. Her message is reinforced through her own podcast “Out of the Bubble” where you get to hear from women who are breaking down midlife stereotypical barriers and proving it’s never too late to find new passion and purpose.

Our paths first crossed in The Enterprise Collective facebook group when I introduced myself and Rachel replied to invite me for an interview on her show. Here I took the opportunity to turn things around and put Rachel in the career change spotlight because as well as sharing other people's stories, she has some fascinating ones of her own!

“I turned 50 this year and I’m not going to start changing myself to fit in with brands to get work, if I’m the right fit that’s great, if not I have to trust there will be others where I will be.”

My questions include: What contributed towards your decision to take a different course in your career? How did you move beyond any worries, fears or challenges? What goes on behind the scenes of your career in modelling? And more!

In this interview Rachel reveals that she is writing a book and asks you a question about career change, so make sure you read until the end. You’ll also find links to her podcast, our recorded interview, and all of the places that you can follow her work.

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Opportunities to get involved with this newsletter

Through this platform I want to offer opportunities for open discussions about career change, for meeting new people, for telling your stories on my blog and podcast, and for sharing your ideas about how this can be a useful and valuable tool towards change.

Here are a few ways to get involved:

  1. Make suggestions for future discussion topics.

  2. Ask my next blog interview guest a question - graphic designer Charlotte Holroyd.

  3. Put yourself forward, or someone you know, to be interviewed on my blog or podcast if you have a career change story that you’d like to share.

  4. Have a virtual brew with me - share your thoughts, ideas, worries, frustrations, or just have someone to talk to who will listen.

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Coaching walk of the week

Far-reaching views from Ringing Roger and a fair few sprigs of purple heather still holding on last week. The weathered rock formations up here are really amazing, taking all sorts of shapes and sizes. It doesn’t take long to get up here from Edale and I think the best time is during the late afternoon to get a nice spot to watch the sun go down. I always take some layers as it can be quite exposed to the wind.

As a coaching session on foot, this spot can be worked into a variety of routes. One of my favourites is a hike that takes in Druid’s Stone, Madwoman’s Stones, and Edale Moor trig point. It’s all about the rocks! I love this route because I usually see lots of skylarks and hares, so it feels quite wild even though it’s between Edale village and the Snake Pass. I also really enjoy sitting on the rocks at Madwoman’s Stones for a flask of tea and sandwiches, surrounded by the vastness of the moorland.

To give plenty of time for coaching questions, looking at the rocks, enjoying some quiet time surrounded by nature, and watching the sun go down, I think that this works really well as a 4-hour session. I usually charge £90 for a session like this, with other pricing options available if this is too expensive for your budget. It can also be adjusted to a shorter or longer session, with plenty of options for flexibility on the day as well.

If you have any questions to ask me about my coaching work, or if you are interested in booking in a session together, please email sarah@sarahventurer.com and I’ll get back to you as quick as I can. Please note that online sessions are also available.


About The Adventure Newsletter

Here’s how you can support my newsletter:

  • Send me some love by tapping the grey heart icon to help improve my search rankings.

  • Email me your questions, comments, suggestions or requests to be featured: sarah@sarahventurer.com

  • Share with other people who are thinking or talking about career change.

  • Follow my social media accounts: TwitterInstagramLinkedIn

  • Buy me a coffee, and even better - invite me sarah@sarahventurer.com for a virtual brew!

  • Let me know what’s happening for you right now - is there anything that I can help you with?

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Thank you so much for reading my newsletter. Next week I am going to spend some time with my family so I will be taking a short break and resuming from the 5th of October. Please stay in touch by email in the meantime if you’d like to.

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