Today is the last day of May and the end of Miles for Mind for another year. I pledged to run 50 miles this year and ended up covering 64 miles, which I'm so pleased with. The extra 14 miles will go into a pot to help others who weren't able to complete their miles.… Continue reading Miles for Mind – round up
I fell out of love with 'The Long Run' whilst training for the Cardiff Half last year. I put a lot of pressure on myself to try to achieve a time which, in all honesty, was unreachable given my fitness level. It meant that long runs were a chore and I was often disappointed with… Continue reading How lock down has helped me fall back in love with ‘The Long Run’
This week The Independent published an article about mums of young children feeling guilty when they take time for themselves to exercise. A poll conducted by Sport England highlighted that of the 1006 mothers with children under six surveyed 77% said they would like to do more exercise, with 61% admitting that they would feel… Continue reading Exercise vs Mum Guilt
Our minds are wonderful weird places aren't they? I'm sure I'm not alone when I tell you I'm a huge over thinker. It's something I'm very aware of and most of the time I can keep in check. However, I know I'm particularly prone to over thinking when I'm over tired. I read somewhere that… Continue reading Over thinking…is it a bad thing?