The High Road

The adventure is complete. It has been for almost a week now actually, but I can confidently say that my body is almost fully recovered from our xxx mile ride across the Highlands of Scotland. For those that like maps, tags & GPS you can find links to each of… 

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The Plan

Right then. The 6.5 hour drive up to Glencoe is complete and, after a spot of dinner I’m sat in bed at B&B no.1 of our Highland adventure. Now seems as good a time as any to fill you all in on  our proposed plan for the next four days…. 

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Mountain biking is hard

In the run up to my coast to coast ride from Fort William to Brechin (near Aberdeen) I’ve been doing a fair amount of road based cycling. Two things I now have much more respect for; Tarmac and gravity. Myself and good friend Ewan Wilkinson who will be accompanying me… 

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EDAL Racing

I need a new business card. My new title: Edward Lamb, Racing Driver. A month or so before Christmas my good pal Alan approached me a interesting idea. He’d been informed that there was a karting track just a few miles from our homes and that they encouraged independent teams/drivers… 

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The Four Day Work Week

And so begins my new life as a one-day-a-week stay-at-home Dad. Monday to Thursday I’m Edward Lamb, multimedia designer extraordinaire. But on Fridays I’m just plane old Dad (not that William can talk yet, but if he did that’s what I hope he’d call me). The first week hasn’t really… 

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My Secret Life as a Therapist

Some of you may have noticed that I’ve been bleating on about a strange thing of late. “What’s all of the ‘@LITPNOW lark?”, I hear you cry? I’ve been working with Sean and Rie Orford for a good few years now. Sean is a hugely experienced psychotherapist and author and,… 

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Legacy is a very trendy word a the moment. How can we capitalise on the legacy of the Games? What will the legacy of the Games be? Oh, and The Bourne Leagacy is out pretty soon too, so I’m told. I fell for the Olympics hook, line and sinker. Daytime… 

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How to Deal with Disappointment

Two years. Two years I’d waited for another shot at scaling Western Europe’s highest summit. When the first words from the mouth of our mountain guide’s mouth were, “Guys, Mont Blanc is a no-go”, you could actually pin point the second when my heart ripped in half. I should have seen… 

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Stop Bastardising this Fucking Poster

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My First Mobile

Ah, the mobile phone. It’s difficult to remember a time before it. How did we find our way around? What did I do with all of those spare minutes during a not-so-busy day? And what did I keep in my right hand pocket for all of those years? Since the… 

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