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Re-committing to health

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I hadn’t realised how long it was since I last blogged until I came back to start again. Time is an odd thing – as Gretchen Rubin said, ‘the days are long but the years are short’ and before you know it months have gone by. I am not going to go in to why

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Kata Combat Fitness

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My Juneathon activity for today will be my Kata Combat Fitness session with Kesh. I have a little video of what this involves for today’s blog (click on the link below). I love doing this! Not only is it a really good workout, it’s also a great stress reliever and confidence builder. Even just from

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The importance of nail colour when running

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I was quite pleased with my running look today because my nails are co-ordinated with my top: Terribly important for a run, I’m sure you’ll agree. I really needed my run today after a day of spreadsheets! Today my run was interrupted by a work call. I have been trying to get hold of someone

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Juneathon

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I am 7  days late with this, but a few blogs I have read over the last few days and the assurance that ‘better late than never’ is the right way to go, I have signed up to Juneathon.  An initiative which you can read more about here. The basic premise is that you run

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Running doesn’t have to be a pain in the arse

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This week I have learned the lesson not to take good health and fitness for granted! It really shouldn’t be the case that you don’t appreciate something until it’s gone, I do try to practise gratitude as much as I can, but it’s only when something is taken away that appreciating something is really pulled

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Real life reasons to keep fit and healthy

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I had a meeting last week, our Annual Company Meeting, which was held in West London. Normally I work no more that 40 minutes away from home. So when these meetings take place I know that to get home in time so that Pete can go to work is like a mini ‘challenge Anneka’. And

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