This March I’ve chosen to challenge myself by running one mile everyday in March!
Why? To be honest, in February I was struggling with my motivation, I wasn’t getting outside enough, I wasn’t moving my body as much as I wanted to.
I needed a challenge, I needed to be inspired and I wanted to feel as though I was achieving something.
I know I’m much more motivated when I’m working on a project or a challenge and I have a purpose to exercise (not just exercising to feel f
One of the reasons I’m doing the trail in 100 days, is because I run a full time blog and podcast and I would not have been able to take off 5 or 6 months to thru hike at a leisurely pace! I still wanted to do the trail, and I knew if I worked hard (extremely hard!) at the beginning of the year, I would be in a position to take off the 100 days I needed to, and have everything run smoothly while I’m away!! (That's the plan anyway!) The Tough Girl Podcast - will continue as no
I really like pushing myself both physically and mentally and I’ve got a list of challenges I’d like to complete in the future. They’re in no particular order, for some reason or other they’ve sparked my interest! 3 Peaks Challenge in 24 hours – Climb the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales. I was actually signed up to do this in October, but unfortunately not enough people signed up to do it, so it got cancelled. Fingers crossed I’ll be able to cross this off th
As I’ve mentioned previously I worked in Banking for eight years in a job which for a while I really did enjoy. However, I woke up one day and decided this was not me. This was not how I wanted to spend my life. I was thirty two years old and I needed to do something different, something I was passionate and inspired about. I left my job in March 2013 and decided to have another gap year and do lots of traveling and take the time to think about what I wanted to do. I knew I w