What I Learned About Loneliness When I Crossed Antarctica Solo

By Joann Pan

In 2011, polar explorer and author of Alone in Antarctica, Felicity Aston, was dropped by plane in the southernmost continent, “to ski by herself across 1,084 miles of uninhabited ice.” The trip took 50 days, and along the way, she learned a few techniques that helped her resist the dark pull of isolation — ones we can all use in our everyday lives.

By Felicity Aston

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Source: More Fitness

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