Anna McNuff describes herself as a British born adventurer, speaker, writer and mischief maker. Last year she was voted by the Lord Mayor as one of the City of London’s 50 most inspirational people. The daughter of two Olympians, she used to represent Great Britain at rowing. After ‘retiring’ in her mid twenties, she began darting around the world on the hunt for new and exciting endurance challenges. She talks here to Uneasy no settle about her ‘pants of perspective’ - a pair of special leggings which she dons on a dark day to get back to reality. She tells how she ran and became inspired by 93 year old Betty ‘The Hutch’ Hutchinson in the US and how she despises ‘dream dumpers’ – those people who like to destroy dreams with negativity.

Watch our video of when Anna came to inspire us to live our travel dreams.read full interview
Beth and Ivan Hodge took off in a VW Beetle, traveling from London to Sydney in 1960 for their honeymoon. 35 years later they did it all again and having written a book about their adventures, For Love and the Beetle, the car is now at rest in a museum in New Zealand. Both in their 80s, they spoke to Uneasy no settle writer, Catherine Mack about their adventures across Iran and Pakistan, the importance of accepting local cultures and customs and how driving has been their secret to a long and happy marriage. Read on, and be inspired by power of travel, and love.read full interview
Jimmy has been doing triathlon for many years, but only in a wheelchair since a climbing accident in 2004. He is a former commando and had an accident whilst rock-climbing in Wales that left him permanently paralysed from the chest down. His fellow climber and former girlfriend tragically died in the accident. Two months after discharge from hospital he completed the standard distance event at the London Triathlon, and in 2006 he completed an unaided ascent of Kilimanjaro using an arm-powered all-terrain hand bike. Here he tells Uneasy no settle how his time as a commando prepared him for any tough challenge life throws his way and how his father’s surplus chocolate bars leftover from his mountain climbing expeditions inspired his future adventures.read full interview
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