Every competent person you see was once a novice. I’d finally decided to listen to my friend who, over the years had been inviting me to take up cycling. I suddenly realised that my passion wasn’t solely reserved for long-distance walks or mountain climbing (more about that soon), but it turns out I had a [...]
I felt nervous but excited talking about it (the big move). Embracing a new adventure, a new chapter of our lives. Of course I’d lived in London all my life and the thought of moving to a whole new city was daunting but everything has a first time. I guess...
“Would you like to come along to the gym with me?” “Where is this gym?” I asked. She replied: ”Around the corner.” I said: “Are you saying there is a gym not too far from here, and I never knew about it?” Oh, yes, there was SAHELI!
Saheli means 'Friend' in many Indian languages. For many members of Saheli Hub, it has been a friend for life, there for them through life's changes and challenges. Hub Manager Shebina Gill reflects on the many times a girl or woman may need a Saheli in their life.