Posts Tagged: fitness

Wishlists: Sportswear Must-Haves

Recently I’ve been relatively good about not buying anything for myself unless it’s on the approved ‘house update must buys’ list. So that’s meant minimal book buying (just three this year – that’s a big deal for me), no new clothes since January – unheard of for me and no buying random tatt in Tiger…. Read more »

All Things Fitness: A New Leaf

Since leaving London in March I’ve managed to put on a lot of unwanted weight. I could blame commuting, the parentals’ delicious cooking and the amazing array of chocolate and biscuits in the house for this situation. But really I’ve become lazy and it’s 100% my fault. I should be able to summon the willpower… Read more »

All Things Fitness: Half Marathon Countdown

In just over one week I will be taking on my second half marathon with my two sisters. We’ve been training since the start of the year, our longest training run is done and now there’s just 5 more runs to go until the BIG day. So how am I feeling about it? Prepared – I’ve… Read more »

All Things Fitness: Half Marathon Training

So Fi and I are running a half marathon in March. Yes, this might have been mentioned once or twice already, but hey, here we go again! Half marathon training officially started the Monday after Christmas and includes running, swimming and some circuit training. It’s brilliant to get back into running properly again. But I… Read more »

All Things Fitness: Remember How

{image from Pinterest} I’ve been struggling for the last year or so with being healthy and seeing the above on Pinterest this week has really reminded me why I bothered to get healthier in the first place. I need to remember what the point is and that a chocolate coma every night on the sofa is… Read more »

All Things Fitness: Runners Tell All

December 21st marks the final Runners Tell All link up of 2014. It’s been a great year of running chatter and while we haven’t joined in every month, we have managed quite a few. The final topic of the link up is running reflections from 2014 and your 2015 running goals.   Woop woop to… Read more »