Category: Running

Keeping safe on your morning run

Hello! I’ve been doing a few early morning solo runs recently. There is something magical about being one of the first people out in the morning. Certainly where I live, the streets are mostly quiet, except a few other runners, dog walkers, and those…

GIVE ME SOME POWER-BALLS – THE PERFECT PRE- AND POST-RUNNING SNACK

I made these AMAZING chocolatey crunchy power-balls (gluten free and vegan) and not only are they super simple to make, but they are a protein and fibre powerhouse of goodness – they are great as a pre-/post-workout snack or a no fuss treat on-the-go.

GUEST BLOG #15 – Why do you run?

Hello, So here it is, the first ‘Why do you run’ guest blog of 2019. For a couple of months now I wasn’t sure if I would continue with this guest series in 2019 – but it ultimately turned into pure nosiness in that…

I’m only running one race this year, and why I am super excited by that.

It’s March 9th – normally by now I’d have at least 80% of my races for the year booked in, or at the very least know exactly what races I plan to run and my goal for each. This year is different – I…

5 key foods that support mental health (and a berry chia pudding recipe)

Four years ago, I was pretty unhealthy. I didn’t eat well and rarely exercised. This was a bad combination, but as I look back now, I realise that, not only was I inactive and didn’t eat well, I was also poorly educated on food….

GUEST BLOG #14 – Why do you run?

Hello, Here it is; the last guest blog of 2018. A massive THANK YOU to all the guest bloggers who agreed to be part of this series, and of course to you for reading them. As I’ve mentioned before, I love hearing how other…

GUEST BLOG #13 – Why do you run?

Hello hello! This week’s guest blogger is the fabulous Richard, or also known on Instagram as frenglish_guy

Coach G (in training)

If you follow me on Instagram, you may know that I am training to become a running coach. If you had asked me 4 years ago if I would ever see myself being a runner, let alone a running coach, I would have falling…