Author Archives: Sarah Rows Solo

About Sarah Rows Solo

British YouTuber and Founder of Environmental and STEM education charity Oceans Project, preparing for a solo row around the coast of Great Britain.

Originally posted on Making a Difference:
The other day, a friend of mine expressed some good-natured  job-related frustration, posting to his Facebook status that he would like to find a job that somehow would include “making (his) own hours, lots…

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Originally posted on Earthwatch Unlocked:
Ruth Clemmer never dreamed that a mammoth from the Ice Age would be named after her. After all, she was a retiree from the world of finance. But today, Ruth has formed a bond with…

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Originally posted on Earthwatch Unlocked:
For this week’s blog, my intention was to share the adventures of Carol Sellers who recently returned from Egypt on her 6th Earthwatch Expedition, Red Sea Dolphin Project. While gathering details from that adventure, I…

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Originally posted on Little London Observationist:
It’s been a while since we checked in with John Kortland, so shall we see what he’s been up to? Here’s 30 pictures of Londoners he recently added to the Flickr pool, along with…

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Originally posted on Earthwatch Unlocked:
We Know What You Did This Summer–Because You Told Us! One of the great annual traditions at Earthwatch is the flood of enthusiastic, inspirational, first-person reports that come in from so many volunteers, fellows, and…

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Pop Ups

Pop Up I love the idea of pop up businesses.  There is something a little Harry Potterish about them.  One day they are there, another day not.  You could walk down the same street every single day, and never know … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Little London Observationist:
I came across Emma through an article she wrote on London’s East End in my favourite travel magazine, Afar.  Now her priority is the Olympics. She has been a journalist for 12 years, and lived…

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