Hello and ahoy –
Life is calming down steadily after the adrenaline of Tower Bridge day over a week ago and the following media run. I am catching up on sleep and enjoying the calm and headspace of being home, spending time with friends and family.
Physically my recovery and transition is a mix of physio, sports massage, and mostly gentle exercise, in a bid to turn unhappy muscles and posture back to a happier normal.
Soon I will start work on my new book – Dare to Do – due to be published in May. Apart from a couple of already-committed events, I shall not be doing any speaking for some time as I focus on writing.
In other news, I am chuffed to have been shortlisted in the BT Sport Action Woman of the Year awards, alongside 9 other women or women’s teams. The Awards evening is December 1st and public voting is open until 23rd November. Rather short sightedly, voting is only open via Twitter – so only Twitter account holders can vote. But still, if you fancy voting for any of the nominees you can do so via the BT Sport Action Woman site here. Even if you cannot vote, the stories of each nominee are pretty inspiring, so worth a watch.
For now, go well and thanks for all your support in these final weeks.
Sarah and Team L2L x
P.S Tickets still available for the TransGlobe Expedition Trust event at the RGS in London on 26th November. Tickets here.
P.P.S Great to see the charity totals still rising steadily. Donations gratefully accepted here.