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Sarah Lodge

About Sarah Lodge

Sarah describes herself as a “traveller that got carried away with travelling”. Most young travellers maybe take a couple of years out but Sarah took 17. Those years took her far and wide across our planet meeting people of all creeds and colours and had “far too much of a good time” seeing all the best and some of the worst our world has to offer. She then used all the knowledge she gained in a 14-year career passionately selling long-haul travel from both London and New Zealand. She is now a PA to 3 Barristers in the heart of the law industry in London. Beyond her work life, she loves to get creative with painting, photography and writing. She is a great advocate for keeping your brain active and enjoying hobbies and firmly believes in re-creating yourself when you need to. Sarah says it’s too easy to write yourself off as too old, useless and not capable when actually change is as good as anything once you put your mind to it. Sarah likes to keep active mainly through cycling and a local gym, but is always open to new ideas and trying new things including great food and wine. Sarah lives in South East London at present but looks forward to the day when she has a view of an ocean to inspire her lifestyle and creativity further.

Why Should I Learn Anything?

2020-02-11T22:36:18+01:00

I will imagine that you are at a stage in your life when you are quite content: you know your job role and you know if you want to progress there will be extra training provided and promotions to aim for. You have a wonderful home and a lifestyle you are happy with. Your friends and family keep you busy. You think you are fulfilled. You learnt how to walk, how to drive, how to cook a while ago. You know how to ride a bike, build a wall or may even be a contender for Mastermind with your knowledge of [...]

Why Should I Learn Anything?2020-02-11T22:36:18+01:00

I don’t have a piano at home

2020-01-23T20:10:13+01:00

One of the imperative things about learning to play the piano is being able to practice 15 minutes daily. Or at least 30 mins every other day anyway. On your own away from a tutor going over the things that were last learned so to get it right. This means having a piano to play when you choose. Not only can you choose what time of day you want to play you can stay on it all day if you like. You can eat a meal and then if you feel like having a go, it’s there. Waiting for you. It [...]

I don’t have a piano at home2020-01-23T20:10:13+01:00