To my friends and family, I am known as a keen runner, but only a few people know how much I actually love to push weights around in the gym too. There’s something very empowering about feeling (and by all means BEING) strong. I decided to look into this a little further to see what [...]
Whilst we are unable to undo evolutionary developments, we can try and combat it by changing the way we take on positive stimuli.
As a recovered bulimic, the title of this blog post makes me cringe a little, but I think it’s important and I think we need to talk about it.
Because finding ways to admit you’re struggling is pretty difficult, I’ve put together a little list of alternative answers to “I’m fine” or “I’m just tired”.
Once upon I time I actually felt a great deal of shame around keeping a journal. From the age of around 13 it was a grand secret that I kept hidden in my underwear drawer and in those days it mostly contained musings about how “unfair” things were. How “unfair” it was that I was [...]
Sure, we all know it's good for us. But why running in particular?