Just a sea of words...
It was the kind of cold that made your thighs ache, uncomfortable and present but not wholly unwelcome.
"We don’t receive wisdom we must discover it after a journey that no one can take for us"
How do we get to where we want to, when we don’t know where we are? Take a good dose of honesty, a fair amount of self-acceptance and the decision to make today the beginning.
The week before any big race is always fraught with a mixed bag of nerves/excitement.
Wanting to exercise, not wanting to exercise. Wanting to eat all the food and then losing your appetite. This week in London I've been near bouncing off the walls.
When I decided to run around Cornwall earlier this year, it was with excitement and trepidation.
Articulating the goal, Kernow300, I knew it was a little off the charts, but hadn’t quite appreciated how much so until last week.
It's a rainy bank holiday. Let's make chocolove.
With a self-proclaimed sweet tooth, I'm on a constant mission to lower my sugar intake. I don't want to give up chocolate completely, unrealistic if I'm honest...
London life gets a little too much sometimes.
Charging about, coffee fuelled, at full speed is sustainable for a few weeks max, I reckon. Some can go longer, maybe it's better battery life or just a knack for secret napping, but...
India isn't on the map for surfing, yet.
In comparison to its longitudinal neighbour and better known eastern wave mecca, Sri Lanka, it's more likely to attract folks to its lush shoreline for a relaxed combination of...
I didn't know that I wanted to visit India...
...until a Monday morning in late January where a conversation between friends on a last minute freelance job planted the seed of an idea in my head.