Maggie Georgopolous - Up the ladder in a skirt
How far is it from Australia to Scotland?
It's a long way.
What is it like to swim in open water in Scotland? We talk about this.
We also talk about what the impact of Prince William and Prince Harry talking about mental health.
We talk about local councils collecting data for the sake of collecting data - and maybe - just maybe to stick posters up on the wall saying
"We support your mental health"
We talked about burnout in the fitness industry.
Maggie's most unusual place she has visited is Libya and Iraq (Erbil) and the difference between ancient ruins there and ancient ruins in places that are more built up - like Greece and Rome.
Remember though - don't try this at home kids - they probably aren't the safest places to go...
Up the ladder in a skirt - Maggie Georgopoulos
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