When a devastating traumatic brain injury leaves Jill Wheatley almost blind she takes to running in the mountains to gain perspective.

Honoured to be invited to share the tale of my trail in Outpost magazine

Anecdotes scribed from my trail are gracing recyclable paper and now available digitally on every trail and mountain far and wide. 

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  1. Nadine says:

    Wow! You’re on the cover and everything! It’s a great shot. I can’t wait to get that issue. Thanks for updating and continually inspiring, and all the best in your next adventures.

    • mountainsofmymind says:

      Though flattering indeed, magazine or human being, it is what inside that counts – hopefully readers take away hope and inspiration in times of adversity. Thank you for following along from Bavaria – Your cheers and love are felt wherever my trail leads Nadione. x

  2. Tom Stevens says:

    Wow, Jill! You ongoing accomplishment exceeds a gold medal or crystal World Cup trophy. I was up on Hunter Creek Trail yesterday and you were right beside me. Glad to see you are getting some well-deserved recognition.

    • mountainsofmymind says:

      Thank you Tom – thoughts of our serendipitous connection and when our trails reconnect keep me inspired and full of gratitude. Your affirmations and cheers of encouragement shine light even in times of darkness. Be well my friend.

  3. Shannon says:

    Incredible and important your story, courage, inspiration , vulnerability, and “vision” are gracing more than your blog. That will continue exponentially! The covers are outstanding beauty and power as is your message through your exceptional writing! Sending lots of love and hugs