50 Shades of Green colour run

I’ve never been sure about Colour Runs as I don’t like being unable to breath (well who does really?!), but you know what I mean, that feeling when you’re choking, when your face is covered by something and you can’t … Continue reading

Lost/Found A Dog – what to do

It is vital that you know what to do and follow these steps to increase the chance of reuniting owner and dog. This information is based on UK system for lost and stray dogs and may not apply to other … Continue reading

My first half marathon – The Potters Arf

Yesterday I ran a half marathon. A blumin half marathon! I can’t believe it! I have to remind myself of where I have come from, this time last year I found 6.5km to be a difficult long run, and this … Continue reading

Things to consider before going running with your dog

Running with your dog can be very beneficial for you, your dog and your relationship together, however there are lots to consider before you set off. Is your dog fit enough to run with you? First things first consider if … Continue reading

Cathedral to Castle

There’s quite a few races held on the first weekend of April, but when I saw the Cathedral to Castle advertised it instantly appealed! 10 miles, mult-terrain, from Lichfield Cathedral to Tamworth Castle. One of my worst things about running … Continue reading

3 Peaks for 3 Charities

So one night before Christmas I was sat in the pub with a group of my closest friends and I started the discussion of “what shall I do before I turn 30”. Ash and I have always wanted to walk … Continue reading

Husky ride in Finland

A husky ride was on the wish list for our week in Finland. I’ll be honest though, I was a little dubious… I had visions of some poorly kept dogs, been whipped and forced to run beyond exhaustion for the … Continue reading

So why did I keep running

As I mentioned in my last post I’ve started running twice before in my life. Both times I followed the Couch to 5k program from start to finish, and then continued running for a little bit but eventually tailed off … Continue reading