by Caroline Privett Training for a big race is great when you have a training plan to follow – someone else has planned it out for you, you just change it slightly to fit in with you. Yes you have to choose your routes but the distance is all laid out ready for you. IContinue reading “Running with a purpose – long run anyone?”
Monthly Archives: May 2021
At last I can run happy: how running helped me find my happy place with friendship and acceptance
by Sharon Eckley Exercise has always been my place of escapism. My place that I choose to go to when things overwhelm me or rather the place I need to go to when things just get too much. You see, I spent the whole of my school years being bullied. From the age of 7Continue reading “At last I can run happy: how running helped me find my happy place with friendship and acceptance”
How running saved my sanity….
by Emma Mitchell-Williams The latter part of 2019 was pretty rough for me. The year started off well with our annual family holiday booked and put on the calendar. As a teacher you live for the holidays! The start of the summer holidays came and my wife, with whom I had been with for overContinue reading “How running saved my sanity….”
Running through a Pandemic: my running journey as an NHS consultant
by Andrea Lowman Running has always been a part of my life, back to school days, when I discovered that I was one of the few who actually enjoyed cross country – even wearing bottle green knicker shorts and a red aertex top! If you grew up in Pembrokeshire, like me, you may even beContinue reading “Running through a Pandemic: my running journey as an NHS consultant”
She Runs: Cardiff are Back!
Exciting news! We are back! In person runs are resuming this weekend 🙂
How I accidentally became an avid listener of audiobooks while running – and four books I’ve loved so far!
By Cathryn Scott A year or so ago I would have turned up my nose at the idea of listening to an audiobook. For me, part of the joy of reading has always been holding an actual book in my hand, feeling the turn of the pages, and seeing how the words look on theContinue reading “How I accidentally became an avid listener of audiobooks while running – and four books I’ve loved so far!”