Episode 33: A Frank Discussion About Women's Health

April 01, 2018

Episode 33: A Frank Discussion About Women's Health

Highlights from the Show

  • The episode every woman should hear 
  • How to use your life studies to fuel your passion: Architect to Ocean Skipper
  • The childhood sport that can shape your future
  • What does it mean to travel slowly?
  • When an island nation doesn’t have the word for ‘trash’ in their vocabulary 
  • How to shift behaviors regarding plastic pollution
  • The shocking blood test results 

Links / Resources 

Emily’s Website: http://www.emilypenn.co.uk/

Emily Penn Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/missemilypenn/

Earthrace: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0Eb-KVAQIk

Exxpedition: http://exxpedition.com/about-2/all-women-sailing/

Ocean Changemakers: https://www.oceanchangemakers.com/

 




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