Category Archives: walking

You don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone.

Yup I’m talking about my fitness. I went for a 6 mile walk yesterday. OK it was a bit hilly in places but I found it hard work. It seemed strange to think that I used to run a 4mile … Continue reading

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Living the dream.

This week I have a week of annual leave. We aren’t going anywhere so I thought that I would spend the week pretending to be a writer. As you do! So what does this involve? Basically, I get up in … Continue reading

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Muddy bum run!

I don’t know where the time goes but almost a week has passed since my last run. I have been going to yoga on a weekly basis – signing up for a class helped – and I feel that I … Continue reading

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February 2018

Fitbit I’ve been wearing my fit bit, security tag style for a couple of months now thanks to hubs and his ingenuity. There are two kinds of information you get from the Fitbit app. Firstly the raw data and secondly … Continue reading

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Packing up.

Packing I find is quite a good workout. Lots of movement, lots of stairs, lots of lifting. Three days in, three days to go and I’m really feeling it in my glutes!  I’m easily getting my 10,000 steps per day … Continue reading

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New schedule

  Some years ago I read a book called ‘run fat bitch run’. I didn’t like it. I lent it to a friend at work, she didn’t like it either. It went to the charity shop. I didn’t like it … Continue reading

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Rainy day run

With Christmas out of the way I now get my reward- a day to myself! So what’s on the agenda? A little run of course! I haven’t been running for weeks so I’m a bit apprehensive. It feels cold, I … Continue reading

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Just when you least expect it…..

A really good run! I just set off slow and steady and kept going. OK the first mile was downhill all the way, but I ran almost all of it. I often end up having a little walk break even … Continue reading

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Friday

Our last day of walking. It did rain today but it was OK. It was actually the easiest day of walking with low lying hills and I’m pleased to say that the waterproof  trousers held up well! Rain on its … Continue reading

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Thursday

More walking today, less sightseeing. Partly though choice, we have had our fill of Roman history now! Another day of great weather. Although the weather forecast predicted rain, and Dave and I did buy waterproof trousers in expectation, being British … Continue reading

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