Deciding to start running can seem like a big decision. The running community is huge and as a beginner, it’s easy to feel intimated. Then there’s the whole going out and running in public thing, and other people seeing you run. As a someone who’s new to running it can be hard to know where
This post is in collaboration with Enso London. I wasn’t asked to write this post but the running skirts pictured here are gifted. All opinions are my own. I’m the proud owner of several running skirts and have been wearing them for years. I find them flattering, and if I’m honest I like to look
I often tell people that running is a relatively cheap sport. There’s no monthly membership, you don’t need loads of equipment, and you can run when it suits you. Then I think about how much I’ve spent over the last 4 years. It’s quite a bit. What I consider to be a cheap sport has made quite
I was rather excited when my Raidlight Trail Lady XP2 hydration pack arrived. I’ve wanted a hydration pack for ages (like years) but never had a reason, or a race entry, to warrant getting one. With two longish trail races entered for 2017 it was now a kit requirement. I needed no further encouragement and started looking
I was given the FlipBelt for Christmas. I must admit it was new to me, I’d never heard of them before. In case you don’t know, The FlipBelt is a piece of thick elasticated, stretchy fabric with gaps placed around it for all your worldly goods. Mine is a luminous yellow and I like it’s brightness.