Part of my PN coaching last week was to write a letter to a part of me that no longer serves me. A Dear John to Old Me. I could be harsh or kind, brief or wordy, strict or gentle but I needed to be honest. Thinking about this silly "I have hated this woman"… Continue reading Dear Old me
Between the voices in society and the voices in my head, it's surprising I have achieved anything at all. We are constantly bombarded with advice, opinions, statistics, etc. that let us know exactly what we can't do. What we need to start doing is to tell ourselves that we can, we might just have to… Continue reading For all those times I said “I can’t”
When you do something for a really long time, you are expected to eventually become an expert at it. Years and years of trying the same thing means that you amass a lot of knowledge and information about the subject, at the very least. You would assume that if you have, for these many years… Continue reading Now or Never
Time management has never been one of my strengths. I love planning stuff because that usually involves making pretty time tables and often using stationery, I loooove stationery. Sticking to those plans, especially when things out of my control don't work as I had imagined, is a different story. It also is one of the… Continue reading Time what?
Watch the video below to see what I think about body positivity and stick around until the end to see the awesome give away I have waiting for you.
Being in Berlin has been a whirlwind of an experience. Learning to live in a new space is always a challenge in any case but doing it in a place that you don't know the local language is extra. This has resulted in some interesting times and a lot of frustration. For someone like me… Continue reading Frustration, chocolate and decoding your cravings
Are you afraid of running in public? Does the idea of stepping into a gym full of people get you sweating? Do you wait for everyone to leave the house or go to sleep before you exercise at home? Well then, this post is for you. What if I told you that I am working… Continue reading Don’t be afraid
A few years ago Z, my unofficial coach, told me to stop training with music. She showed me side by side parkruns on my Strava. On the one with music my pace is all over the place and on the music free version I had a nice even pace. Soon after it was announced that… Continue reading No, I am not bored
Last week I walked from town to Vredehoek. I still can't believe it was me
Burton asks a health and fitness related question. Read more to see what he wants to know.