In the beginning all routes have the potential to stir up the wonderful running relationship between yourself and your body: that is the magic of running.
Part 1: So you want to run with your bipolar disorder? Some tips for taking that first bold step.
A poem about running away from anxiety, creating mindful adventures, fighting the stigma, and battling your inner demons.
Can the impact of your willingness to support and defend others who are facing a discrimination, prejudice, social belittling, that does not directly affect you, be measured?
What I understood about my journey to diagnosis and beyond, after running 1800 miles across the UK, came out (unexpectedly, I must add) in the form of a poem. I meant to say this poem during my TEDx Holyhead talk in April, but I was too nervous and overly worried that I'd stumble over my own…
Greetings and welcome to October! (n): The month of magical changes in nature, when greens turn to reds, oranges and yellow. Ghosts, witches and ghouls come out to trick us for treats. Clocks are altered, pumpkins flourish, and skies darken more quickly than we'd like. It's also the month of the daily pen and ink…
passing the long day
Go for a run in the hills Climb a mountain Watch the sunrise from a hilltop Smell the wild flowers Camp under the stars Take a shower & wash my hair Brush my teeth Write a story Illustrate my thoughts & ideas Listen to music, sing & dance Do yoga Meditate Call somebody Step outside…
breathing empty sighs
We are earth, we are stars, we are nature.