I have recently started to listen to podcasts, as a way of passing the time walking to the train or when I am out and about. Unsurprisingly, I have been listening to ones about running. This podcast from Run to The Top, introduced me to Matt Fitzgerald, which led to me buying How Bad Do You
What Made Maddy Run, a brilliant insight into the world that was Maddy Holleran’s. The original article #SplitImage, is what inspired me to talk openly about my struggles with depression. Starting with my LifeUnfiltered post. I still remember sitting at work reading the article, all but crying and thinking, oh, I need to stop hiding.
Run The Blades is a running event within Whitelee Windfarm, combining a 10K, Half Marathon or Ultra race. Be warned it's rather windy! Running is an odd thing, I had this race in my calendar for months, yet wasn't motivated to train properly. The weeks after marathon, were a blur of enjoyable runs, but not
Remember at school, how easy it was to make friends? You would go play in the playground and instantly have a best friend. Sleepovers and play dates just sealed the deal. Moving around you learn how to make friends quickly and to be honest it's pretty easy. At schools, particularly ones laden with expat kids,
Thirteen Reasons Why first came to my attention as a Netflix series. I had seen many a mental health charities speaking about the series. So I watched it. It's a difficult watch. The topics of suicide and sexual abuse are frank and honest. Admittedly, for different reasons I couldn't watch the actual suicide scene, choosing