THE ROAD TO WALKING 20K A DAY: HOW TO TRAIN FOR YOUR PILGRIMAGE OR LONG DISTANCE HIKE

Although many European countries are easing the restrictions, you might've decided to move your pilgrimage or long distance hike a little further into the future (as did I). Yes, it isn't fun but the good thing is that now you'll have more time to train! This is a refreshed version of an article I posted…

LISTENING ALONG THE WAY: ENCOURAGING TALKS FOR WANDERERS

As we're required to retreat inside more often, moments of quiet occur more naturally. When there is silence, there is space for listening. As of late, I prefer listening to podcasts over watching series, as they tend to excite me more in the long run. If you're looking to nourish your mind, here are some…

YOU’VE DONE THIS BEFORE: HOW TO USE YOUR CAMINO SKILLS IN TIMES OF SELF-ISOLATION

If you went on a pilgrimage to Santiago, you probably experienced and dealt with some of the aspects of isolation before. So today's post will focus on how you can use your Camino skills in these strange times of self-isolation. You've done this before "It must be easier for you, since you have done this…

WHEN GOING OUTSIDE ISN'T AN OPTION: FIVE WAYS TO SURVIVE THE INDOORS

Staying indoors. Easier said than done, even when you don't really have a choice. Especially, when you're that kind of person who's pretty much outside whenever possible. Yup, that's me too! In order to provide you with some inspiration, or just something to read - this Monday's blog post will feature five ways to keep…

POST-CAMINO: EXPLORING THE UNKNOWN AND CULTIVATING COURAGE

The two year mark has passed. On the first of March 2018, I embarked on my pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. Two years later, welcome or not, this moment provokes the need for reflection. Moments like these force me to take a step back and observe what's really going on. Not just here on whenawayfarer.com…