Chickeny s*** in a tray – the easiest, tastiest midweek crowd pleaser

I’m going to put my hands up and say I really regret calling this meal “chickeny shit in a tray”.  It makes something that is fundamentally very tasty, good for the body and perfect for sharing with friends sound like… well…shit. However, chickeny shit in a tray is what it is called, and it is… Read More Chickeny s*** in a tray – the easiest, tastiest midweek crowd pleaser

Are you overdoing things? Avoiding burnout and keeping perspective

Have you ever had something unexpectedly come up when you planned on going to the gym, and instead of thinking about skipping the gym or whatever has come up  you start re-planning things so you can do both.  Maybe you’ve spent a few days feeling really tired and wondering why because you had a perfectly… Read More Are you overdoing things? Avoiding burnout and keeping perspective

A Week in my Ski Boots – VMLM Training Week Four and a trip to Kitzbühel

  I want to quickly say thank you to anyone who has sponsored me so far. The Alzheimer’s Society is an amazing charity and I’m so grateful for your support as I try and tackle the London Marathon once again.  If you’d like to sponsor me then the details can be found here. https://www.justgiving.com/runningforaugust This… Read More A Week in my Ski Boots – VMLM Training Week Four and a trip to Kitzbühel

The Pinterest Problem: When insta-motivation is more pressure than positive

Whether Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter or Facebook is your preferred poison, or a cocktail of the lot, social media is a massive force in our lives.  I’m a big fan of it, and I can find it incredibly motivating when I see images and quotes of hard work, compassion and inspiration.  Not to mention that some… Read More The Pinterest Problem: When insta-motivation is more pressure than positive