Bungee Jumping Experience with Red Letter Days

Ever been told to just Live A Little and try something different? I certainly have and sometimes I sit at my computer contemplating my life and the fact that I’ve never done anything really adrenaline inducing and out of my comfort zone. Occasionally, I wonder what it would be like to throw myself out of an aeroplane, but I never get much beyond thinking about it. A couple of months back, Red Letter Days dropped me a line to ask me if I wanted to take part in their #LiveALittle campaign. They wanted me to… View Post

My Swimathon – Swimadone

Yesterday, I completed my Swimathon challenge. It wasn’t the 1500m distance as originally planned. You can read more about my anxieties in the water and my decision to drop the distance here.     I spent the weekend checking in on my fellow Ambassadors, all of whom inspired with their strength and determination, the challenge meaning different things for all of them. I had opted to take part in the “My Swimathon” challenge due to no pools near me taking part in the event and yesterday I took to the water, with the aim to… View Post

MISFIT Vapor Smartwatch Review

I like a gadget. Whilst I am only too aware of my dependency on tech, often to my detriment, I still can’t resist a gadget. I love the fact that it seems there is a piece of tech to do everything now. Except bread makers. I really like kneading dough, but I digress. I was recently sent a MISFIT Vapor Smartwatch for review. I had previously tested out the MISFIT Flash and hated it. It looked like a prison tag and didn’t work, so I never considered MISFIT products again. However, I was interested in… View Post

The Importance of Sleep for Runners

Post in collaboration with Groupon We all know how important it is to get a good sleep. We know we’ll feel more energised for a good night’s shut-eye, yet instead we depend on a pick up from Costa or an oh-so-delicious Nescafe instant to get us through the morning, having gone to bed too late, or simply not had good enough quality sleep. It’s easily done when you stay up finishing emails, checking Facebook, having a quick 5 minutes of Theme Hospital that turns into 5 hours (oh, that’s just me). When you’re active, it’s… View Post

5 tips for a beginner golfer – guest post

Post in collaboration with Golf Support.     Spring is in blossom and summer’s just around the corner, so what better time to start thinking about taking up a new sport? The golfing season is well under way, with the Masters – the first major tournament of the year – now over, with the 2018 trophy being won by Texas-born golfer Patrick Reed, holding back second-place Rickie Fowler and third-place Jordan Spieth. So, if you want to avoid scoring a series of triple bogeys and follow in the footsteps of Reed, here are 5 top… View Post