Monthly Archives: May 2013

It Goes On. And On. And On…

Another week gone and another positive one with regards to my marathon training. It’s been a tough week but I have been pleased with how my body, and my mind (!), has coped with these arduous sessions. On Sunday, I … Continue reading

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Marathon Training: Well Underway!

The last few weeks have seen a progressive increase in the distance of my weekly long run. I’ve done most of the long runs alone but I did manage to fit Keswick half into my training quite nicely. There were … Continue reading

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Running to Remember: Why I’m Running For The Alzheimer’s Society

I’ve always said that I would never do a marathon. So, why the change of heart? Following my dad’s death in December 2012, I wanted to do something in his memory. My dad was diagnosed with dementia in January 2010. … Continue reading

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