Monthly Archives: May 2016

Wk20 into Wk21

Last week it felt like I didn’t really do much exercise, 3 runs just under 20 miles. The weekend was so nice, I managed to avoid going out running. And with a half marathon (Skye) in 2 weeks, that’s not … Continue reading

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You are so special

Depression. Anxiety. Low Self Esteem. In the last few years it seems to me that more people have ‘come out’ with one or more of them to me. At last it seems that it’s ok to talk about it. Mental … Continue reading

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A little belief goes along way…

A few things happened this week which made me proud to be able to help people. I’ve given a few people belief in themselves to go for what they want, to believe in themselves. To shoot for the stars. To … Continue reading

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Challenges this week…

So, work has got really busy recently, I’ve taken on a big new project (the BBC Scotland Apprenticeship scheme, which just closed for applications last week), and I’m doing my own job. All in I had 3 working days this … Continue reading

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Wk18 into Wk19

It’s been a quick three weeks since I ran the London Marathon. The first week I had a full week of rest with only walking as my exercise of choice. I felt great the Monday after the marathon (endorphins and … Continue reading

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Always full of juice…

If you know me, you’ll know I have lots of gadgets. And I always keep them charged… I try to put my phone away / on change in the evening (must get better at this) and whenever I need a … Continue reading

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‘Cheer up love’ is out today

A few weeks ago I saw that this book by Susan Calman was coming out. Cheer up love: adventures in depression with the crab of hate. She was on The One Show promoting it tonight and it’s reminded me to … Continue reading

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