6 Blogposts To Help You Take Better Photos

One of my goals for 2018 is to improve my photography. I feel I’m on an infinite quest to nail the perfect photo whether it’s a flatlay, a view from my run, or me (unashamedly) swanning around Cornwall. I’ve read so many blogposts on photography. I’ve learnt the power of good lighting, realised you can

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Getting To Grips With Blogging Photos

Hands up who feels completely self conscious when it comes to taking blogging photos? Having your photo taken on days out can be uncomfortable enough, let alone trying to create a look and dare I say it, pose. I find the whole process so cringeworthy that I try and put it off for as long

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Being An Angel At The Arc Of Attrition

I’d like to be writing this post as someone who’s completed the Arc of Attrition (AoA). Instead, to feed my fascination with this outstanding event I volunteered as an Arc Angel, staying behind the scenes and taking care of all the wonderful runners that came through the checkpoint at Porthleven. It was a totally inspiring

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Lessons Learnt From Running*

*So Far Aside from my ongoing sciatic twinges, I’m delighted with how my running has developed over the last 12 months. I’ve enjoyed regular running and have completed some cracking races. Running in recent years has been a fulfilling experience and along the way I’ve learnt a few lessons about what works for me.  Faster

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My 2018 Running Goals

2018 is upon us and it’s been the usual time of reflection. When it comes to running, I don’t have much to complain about. 2017 has been pretty good on the running front. I’ve completed some fantastic races, my times have improved, and my confidence has grown. Thinking ahead, here’s what I’d like to achieve

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