The fourth episode in our BRAND NEW Challenges 2021 Series, with host Natalie Jackson. Nat is preparing to run across Yorkshire and talks to guests who have completed their own mammoth challenges.This week's guest is Jo Moseley who is a paddle-boarder and has boarded from Liverpool to Leeds across the canals, picking up litter as she went.Featuring a brand new round of the regular quiz, ’11 things everyone should know about 'Jo Moseley', plus chat about how she got into paddle-boarding, doing her bit for the environment, and her hints and tips for Nat's own running challenge.RUNNING ORDER:00:00 - Theme and intro02:00 – Guest intro: Jo Moseley03:00 – Game: 11 things everyone should know about Jo Moseley05:35 – Jo Moseley Interview: Challenges45:40 – End CreditsFind out more about Jo Moseley and follow her journey at;@HealthyHappy50 on Twitter https://twitter.com/healthyhappy50 and at https://www.jomoseley.com/Find out more about Totally Runable Ltd, See Sporty Be Sporty CIC and the See Sporty Be Sporty Role Models Project via Totally Runable’s website at www.totallyrunable.com and via social media;Facebook www.facebook.com/TotallyRunableTwitter www.twitter.com/TotallyRunableInstagram www.instagram.com/totallyrunable
In this episode of Women making waves we meet Jo Moseley and Beverley Lawrence Beech.Having suffered a poor experience when giving birth Beverley Lawrence Beech picked up the mantle of maternity rights and has been a fierce advocate for the improvement of women's birth rights for 45 years. Jo Moseley describes herself as a joy encourager, a beach cleaner and a midlife adventurer! Jo became the first woman to Stand up Paddle Board, coast to coast, 162 miles for charity from Liverpool to Goole. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Breaking Records & Barriers: Jo Moseley of The Joy of SUP Podcast
Women Who Sarcast
Jo Moseley, host of The Joy of SUP podcast, shares her story of being the first woman to paddle 162 miles from Liverpool to Goole. She also talks about her film Brave Enough and the journey of how paddle boarding became a huge part of her life. Jo is an ambassador for two charities; The 2 Minute Foundation and Seaful. She's been featured in Stand Up Paddle Magazine UK and Women Who Podcast magazine. Tune in and learn some tips on how to get started with SUPing! You can find Jo Moseley and The Joy of SUP podcast on Instagram @thejoyofsuppodcast_ and wherever you listen to awesome podcasts! We love our listeners and want to hear from you! Send us your feedback at email@example.com. Become one with your sarcasm and SUBSCRIBE wherever you listen to podcasts! Help us spread sarcasm around the world! Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @womenwhosarcast! Show us your sarcastic wit and tag us on your posts!
Jo Moseley, 56, is a Mum of two sons, aged 24 & 20. She lives on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales. Jo describes herself as a beach cleaner, joy encourager & midlife adventurer. In August 2019, Jo became the first woman to SUP (stand up paddleboard) coast to coast 162 miles along the Leeds Liverpool Canal, picking up litter, fundraising and raising awareness of the problems of single use plastic. She loves writing, speaking about adventure and wellbeing and making tiny films about the joy of the outdoors for our mental health after losing her Mum + a difficult menopause. Her films Finding Joy and Found at Sea have both won awards. Jo launched her wonderfully received podcast on Christmas Eve called The Joy of SUP - The Paddleboarding Sunshine Podcast. https://thejoyofsuppodcast.buzzsprout.com/ A documentary film about her adventure has just been released to a great reception and 4 sell out online screenings. It’s called Brave Enough - A Journey Home to Joy. The trailer is here: https://vimeo.com/502656424?ref=em-share She also has a newsletter called Postcards of Joy - Stories to Lift the Soul. Here is a copy of April’s. https://shoutout.wix.com/so/e6NVbFruL?languageTag=en&cid=b43ef226-2c1f-43b8-8cb7-86a4259f4b40#/main Www.jomoseley.com Twitter and Instagram @healthyhappy50 @thejoyofsuppodcast_ Facebook The Joy of SUP Podcast The link to Jo’s RGS talk is https://vimeo.com/543042015/3ffffec48e The link to the Ikigai book’s Instagram @ikigaibook The link to Lisa Nichol’s talk on storytelling and “the dip” https://youtu.be/Sl_65PK6rmE
Jo Moseley - From Midlife Crisis to Midlife Adventurer
Start a ripple ...
In May 2013, Jo Moseley found herself sobbing in the biscuit aisle of Tesco's, wondering as a 48 years old single parent approaching menopause, how had life come to this. After support from a friend lending her a rowing machine she started looking after her physical body and noticed an improvement in her mental wellbeing too. Deciding she needed to do things that gave her Joy, Jo returned to the hills + sea which she had loved as a child. . In 2016, Jo took her first paddleboard lesson and a few years later became the first woman to SUP (stand up paddleboard) the 162 mile long Leeds Liverpool Canal whilst picking up litter too and fundraising for surf therapy charity The Wave Project and 2Minute Foundation . Jo is now an advocate for the outdoors as writer, speaker, film maker and more recently Podcast host for ‘The JOY of SUP Podcast’. In this episode India speaks to Jo about how she came about finding her 'purpose' and how she hopes to continue on this journey of self discovery in the future. Find Jo on Instagram - @happyhealthy50 / @thejoyofsuppodcast_Jo's website - www.jomoseley.comThank you for listening! If you have any questions or would like to suggest a guest please get in touch! You can email India via firstname.lastname@example.org or send a message via Instagram @with_india / @finandflow / www.indiapearson.weebly.com/www.finandflow.co.uk~Music - Caleb Howard Almond ~
“ We were just walking around the supermarket, I was a single mum, both my parents were going through chemotherapy and I just broke down” Jo Moseley, 56, is a Mum of two sons, aged 24 & 20. She describes herself as a beach cleaner, joy encourager & midlife adventurer. In August 2019, Jo became the first woman to SUP (stand up paddle-board) coast to coast 162 miles along the Leeds Liverpool Canal, picking up litter, fundraising for surf therapy charity The Wave Project and 2 Minute Beach Clean Foundation and raising awareness of the problems of single use plastic. She loves writing, speaking about adventure + wellbeing and making tiny films about the joy of the outdoors for our mental health after losing her Mum + a difficult menopause. Her short films Finding Joy and Found At Sea have both won awards. She has been featured in the national press, magazines, on the TV and radio. Jo also speaks at adventure festivals and midlife wellbeing events. Alongside her lovely day job, Jo teaches hydro jog and plans to train as a paddle-board instructor to share the joy of SUP (stand up paddle-boarding) with other women. An inspiration in so many ways! “I can’t change the world, without changing the little bit around me” Resources:
#S2E9 - JO MOSELEY - MIDLIFE ADVENTURER AND JOY ENCOURAGER - YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY ENOUGH AS YOU ARE
Extraordinary Ordinary You
What an episode! This week I chat to the Awesome Jo Mosely. We cover How Jo is a mum - and a paddleboarder and litter picker around her 'very normal life', talking about how she got into paddleboarding and built up to cycling from Liverpool to Goole. We chat about litter picking and overcoming internal barriers, and of course we go in on all the big stuff, Leaving with the advice “You are absolutely enough as you are” In this episode we chat about Jo’s film… It has now been made and is out in the world! Find out more here: https://www.passionfruitpictures.co/films/brave-enough And you can find out about Jo here: https://www.jomoseley.com/ Find out more at https://www.extraordinaryordinarywomxn.co https://www.instagram.com/extraordinaryordinaryyou/ And if you are looking to support the podcast find out more at https://www.extraordinaryordinarywomxn.co/support Music is by Broke for Free xxx
Jo Moseley: Brave Enough (Marvellous Midlife with Laura Shuckburgh)
Film-maker, joy encourager, beach cleaner & midlife adventurer Jo Moseley, presented by Laura ShuckburghMore info on Jo Moseley: https://kindasound.org/Jo-Moseley.htmlMore info on Laura Shuckburgh:
Episode 5 - The 'Andness' of life and saving the planet one piece of litter at a time with Jo Moseley
Gen X Voices - Hearing from Our Generation
In this episode, I chat with Jo Moseley, everyday outdoors adventurer. Jo is a mum of two sons and lives by the Yorkshire Dales in the UK. She’s a beach cleaner, joy encourager and midlife adventurer. In August 2019, Jo became the first woman to SUP (stand up paddleboard) coast to coast 162 miles along the Leeds Liverpool Canal, picking up litter, fundraising and raising awareness of the problems of single use plastic. She loves writing, speaking about adventure + wellbeing and making tiny films about the joy of the outdoors for our mental health after losing her Mum + a difficult menopause. Her film Finding Joy has been screened at adventure festivals and Found at Sea won the Four Seasons Film Festival One Minute Adventures award. We chatted about incorporating Ands into your life rather than ors as well as putting yourself on the priority list, intergenerational friendships and remembering that it’s not bragging when it’s based on facts! You can find out more at www.jomoseley.com or follow her on Twitter @Healthyhappy50 and Instagram @healthyhappy50. Jo's film of her coast to coast SUP journey is currently in post-production by the filmmaker Frit Sarita @fritstartingat30 through her film studio @passionfruitpictures_ I hope you enjoy our chat and do subscribe to Gen X Voices to hear future episodes. Connect with me on Instagram @thegenxwomenscoach and Twitter @susebb.