Tag Archives: Amy Tunstall

Best of Story Untold: Fear (Part 1)



Everything you want, it has been said, is on the other side of fear. On this week’s Story Untold, hear from some of the most memorable conversations on the podcast about fear — from quieting doubts as a meditative practice, how anxiety and speech are intertwined, the urgency of overcoming fear, and how fear can … Continue reading Best of Story Untold: Fear (Part 1)


Amy Tunstall: “The crazy ideas are always the best ones”



A lot can change in a year. Amy Tunstall is living proof. In February of 2017, she had sought help for depression and anxiety. In the past twelve months alone, the Niagara-raised Tunstall has hiked the Bruce Trail, raising over $3,000 for her home branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association; fought one of the … Continue reading Amy Tunstall: “The crazy ideas are always the best ones”


Amy Tunstall: “The biggest thing that holds us back in life is fear”



A few short years ago, Amy Tunstall was a self-described prisoner to her own bed. Today, she’s travelled over 17,000 kilometres across three continents by bicycle, raising awareness for mental health. “I was lucky, because I found a way to cope through the outdoors — but I always have my ups and downs,” says Tunstall. … Continue reading Amy Tunstall: “The biggest thing that holds us back in life is fear”