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I Aten’t Ded

January 23rd, 2013 Comments off

Yes, not blogged for a while. Sorry. Blogging and running have both taken a bit of a back‐burner, with both my fortieth birthday and the weather getting in the way a bit… My last run was a while back. Last Friday, I at least went on a 10K photo walk through the fresh snow, which […]

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Work Life Balance

April 21st, 2012 Comments off

I lost momentum a bit this week. I didn’t get out for two mid‐week jogs, mostly because as well as being back in the office 9 to 5, I’m also working hard outside the office, and had a couple of evenings taken up with social stuff, too. Still, I managed to head out last night, […]

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The Day Before

May 8th, 2010 2 comments

Despite what I said last time, I didn’t get a chance to run last weekend, so I’ve had a full week off. Which feels fine to me. And tomorrow, I run the Bristol 10K 🙂 I’ll be starting off in the second of the two groups — i.e. with the slow people, at the back […]

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September 17th, 2009 Comments off

Today, for the first time, I didn’t use Get Running. I’ve only got a few runs left in the C25K programme, so I figured I’d play with RunKeeper, one of my options for continued geekiness after I check all of the little boxes on Get Running’s “progress path”. RunKeeper is one of the best iPhone […]

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Week 4, Run 1: Long but doable

August 13th, 2009 3 comments

Go me! Just back from my longest run so far, the first run of week four. I was running with a beta version of Get Running on the iPhone, so I’m glad it worked fine. I really couldn’t do it without the voice prompts, especially the ones that tell me that I’m halfway through, or […]

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