Run like the wind bullseye, or rather Run with The Wind Half Marathon. Ran by the ever brilliant Strathaven Striders. I did this race last year so knew what to expect, eg hills and lots of them. This race had soo many emotions. Firstly my watch only said 12.98 miles and I ran all the
It's over, it's done. 3 hours 48 minutes and 42 seconds later, with tears and plenty of them. Oh, and when they said it was flat, it really wasn't! So many emotions. Running has helped me with my mental health, more than I often realise. Since moving to Glasgow I have had pretty severe depression
Marathon Monday #3, 11 weeks till race day. The fear is starting to become real, and the plan has changed, some more intervals and some long long runs. The last 3 weeks have been full of plenty tantrums. Admitting it to myself, makes me realise how stupid they were. The first week (Feb 20th), I
One of my most successful and poignant blog posts was me admitting to suffering with depression and having a mental illness. The post to this day still helps me. When I am having a low moment or feeling like everything is on top of me, I look at the post. It was #LifeUnfiltered and my
After last month and achieving my 1000 miles for the year, November was a bit hit and miss. I managed to get a 10KM PB at Run with the Wind, but I also struggled to be motivated at all, as can be seen below. So it was a low mileage month, swings and roundabouts overall!