Bring it on Belvoir! Months ago, before Christmas I’m sure but can’t really recall now, one of my fellow She Canners was chatting about an event called The Belvoir Challenge. She had taken part last year and it sounded like good fun Continue reading Bring it on Belvoir!
The Menopausal Marathoner Tina was a non runner just over a year ago. now she’s a marathoner… My marathon journey started on a slightly damp and dismal day in November 2016. After a Sunday skills session in Mawsley with the Continue reading The Menopausal Marathoner
It’s Brighton Marathon Eve, so we felt it was fitting to share Natalie’s blog…a supporter’s story. Two years ago this weekend, I went down to Brighton for one of my best friends running the Marathon and it was a lovely Continue reading Brighton Marathon – A Supporter’s Story
Asthma – not just an excuse Asthma. As a kid, what better excuse to get out of school cross country? You don’t even need to have an attack, just a note! Bring on years of happy, cross country free school Continue reading Asthma – not just an excuse
When things have to change… Being in pain makes you miserable. Fact. Actually, I don’t think that comes as any surprise to anyone apart from me. I’ve had joint pain for nearly 25 years now but only recently been diagnosed Continue reading When things have to change…
SheCan…and SheWill…Part 2 Well it’s the morning after the SheCan 10k and oh my gosh I feel a mixed bag of emotions. All day yesterday I was mentally preparing myself. Running isn’t just about using your body, it’s a whole Continue reading SheCan…and SheWill…Part 2
SheCan…and SheWill Part 1 Tonight is the first part of a series on running with chronic illness…written by the lovely jodie Hi everyone! Where to start. Maybe a little bit about my running history. I first started when I was Continue reading SheCan…and SheWill Part 1