#79 Finding Joy Through Perimenopause, Grief and Adventure with Jo Moseley

November 14, 2023 Episode 79
#79 Finding Joy Through Perimenopause, Grief and Adventure with Jo Moseley
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Show Notes

How does a single menopausal mum go from sobbing in supermarkets struggling to cope with everyday life to becoming the first woman to paddleboard 162 miles coast to coast from Liverpool to Goole? 

Well, you'll find out in this episode as I speak to the brilliant Jo Moseley about not only the physical journey across the country, but also her personal experience of menopause, grief and anxiety.   

In this highly inspiring conversation we cover:

💪 Sobbing in supermarkets!
💪 How being active helps with stress and anxiety
💪 How indoor rowing cured Jo’s insomnia and helped with grief
💪 How she rowed a million metres and a marathon to raise £10,000 for charity
💪 What spurred Jo on to take on the challenge of paddleboarding across the country
💪 The film she made about her adventure
💪 The importance of doing stuff that makes your heart sing
💪  Not always having to know the 'how'
💪 Why you shouldn’t worry about what other people think of you

Jo has since written two books about paddleboarding and is passionate about inspiring and empowering women in midlife and beyond to become and stay active, and reap the positive benefits of that.

It was a joy chatting to Jo, hope she inspires you as much as she did me!

For more on Jo go to:
​Find Jo on Instagram @jomoseley or X @healthyhappy50
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​Watch the trailer and buy or rent Brave Enough - A Journey Home to Joy here.
Buy Jo's bestselling book Stand Up Paddleboarding in Great Britain here

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