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.
Whilst I was thinking about what I've done these past four weeks or more, five areas in my life that I'm keeping close to my heart, mind, body and soul became apparent, and I simply wanted to share them with you.
Sometimes your own thoughts are all you need to move forward.
A poem about running away from anxiety, creating mindful adventures, fighting the stigma, and battling your inner demons.
The road bike came out of the shed for a special appearance: my first commute in quite a while. Ok, so it was just a couple of miles to my destination, my rucksack full of clothes and notepaper, some snacks and water. I was heading to a workshop taster session with ION Leadership on what…
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…
Spreading the word on the Mental Health Media Charter The tweet for mental health champions was put out only last week, and I answered the call. Not because I consider myself a champion of anything (except perhaps a champion of calamity and chaos), but because I am passionate about improving our input/output around all that…
passing the long day