10 runs done, only 3 more rather frozen weeks to go. The first ten days of marcothon have definitely been fairly varied. From a fast 5KM fuelled by the promise of mince pies at the end, to a dreich recovery run and a rather festive Santa Dash. Last week was the official start of my
Finding out I got into London Marathon for 2018, is something I don't think I will ever forget. Not the usual acceptance e-mail or magazine, but a personalised video from Sir Mo Farah himself congratulating me! It was certainly a great start to a Monday. I have no idea how I managed to win a
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.
Sometimes you get ideas into your head that seem like a really really good idea. Driving on the M80, just outside of Glasgow is an Angel statue. Formally known as The Angel of Cumbernauld, or Arria. After some googling, it turns out it is by the same sculptor, Andy Scott, who did the Kelpies. Andy
Body Image. We all have it. How we think we look, this may be accurate, as in, we see exactly what is there. Or it might be warped, we can either see what we want to see, or we twist it into a more negative outlook. I would love to see an exact clone of