It's just over three weeks til Sunday 23rd April, the date which has been looming large in my diary since new year. London Marathon Day! And my charity vest just arrived. As I've mentioned, I'm running for Coram, the UK's oldest children's charity. Originally I was attracted to Coram as a charity because of the … Continue reading 23 Days til 23rd April…
Coram is probably the best known charity you’ve never heard of. Heard of the Foundling Hospital in London? That’s the one. As I’ve mentioned, in April I am running the London Marathon for Coram. As one of my company’s corporate charities they often come along and give us a presentation at our work functions. Last … Continue reading #ReasonToRun – Why Coram?
When I run the London Marathon next year I will be doing so for Coram, one of the UK's oldest children's charities. Having seen the Coram kit this year when a colleague ran for them, I know it is a lovely shade of red. My plan is therefore to attempt to get hold of completely crimson … Continue reading Crimson Kit for Coram
I’ve written recently about having a slight slump with my running mojo. This seems to have come about following all the excitement of finishing the marathon, and then not being able to get out of resting mode. My strength seems to have died, my speed hasn’t come back, and generally everything feels like a lot … Continue reading Motivation, Motivation, Motivation