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Walkin’ on Sunshine…

Okay so the photo above is before the fire I walked on burned down a bit and the coals were raked, but still 500+ degree Firewalk certificate holder right here. It mustn't have been too bad as I ended up doing it four times over. It was a super fun event though, and my feet… Continue reading Walkin’ on Sunshine…

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Happy Talking…

Happy Talking 5 reasons why “It’s good to talk…” The famous 90’s BT advertising slogan, celebrating the virtues of communication- "It's good to talk". It was a stroke of advertising genius. Redefining BT from simply a technology company to an essential ‘communications provider’. It has a place in our collective memory in part due to… Continue reading Happy Talking…

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Muddy Stupid…

So from my post back in August you will see I definitely learnt a valuable lesson from my Ben Nevis Faux Pas. Deciding to scale back to a 10k at the end of September felt like such a relief, and like a really sensible decision. However because I struggle with rational and sensible, when I… Continue reading Muddy Stupid…

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Fringe Benefits…

Photo Credit to Malcolm Clark Photography Well August was a month! I’m struggling to find the words to describe the whole Fringe experience, as I’m still processing it all now, and as with most of the challenges I am moving swiftly on to the next one -so I think I don’t think I’ll even have… Continue reading Fringe Benefits…

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Half the half marathon…

So I'm unashamedly reducing my half marathon entry in September to the 10k, with plans to complete half marathon distance around November time. This is due to a number of things affecting my ability to train and prepare properly for September. One of the chief amoung them is the realisation I just simply haven't started… Continue reading Half the half marathon…

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Bagging Ben Nevis…

For me, bagging Ben Nevis was most definitely 'Type 2 Fun'. I was woefully underprepared and discovered quite early on that, although I enjoy a hill walk or run in the woods, climbing proper is absolutely not my Jam! it's a tough discovery to make as you begin your ascent of the UK's highest mountain,… Continue reading Bagging Ben Nevis…