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What You Really Should Know About Running in Mid-life move

When I was a little girl, my Dad quietly left the house every morning in his Adidas tracksuit (remember those?) and headed out on an early morning run. A pioneer of multitasking, he listened to...

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How a split-second decision changed my perspective move

“Discomfort is the price of admission to a meaningful life.”

-Susan David

You may have noticed that I’ve been pretty quiet on my blog and social media over the last month. In...

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What I learned from a locked-down yoga challenge be move

During this time in quarantine, I have been missing my physiotherapist. As an aging long-distance runner, let’s just say that in some weeks I see my physio more than my friends. I had come to...

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Finding yourself eating more in quarantine? Try mindful eating. be eat move

Have you found yourself more “snacky” in quarantine? Are you reaching for all sorts of foods that you usually wouldn’t eat? If so, take heart in the fact that you’re not...

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Practicing survival self-care during the COVID-19 pandemic be lift move

My parents were children when the Second World War broke out. They were both separated from their parents, lived through rationing, and regularly woke up to bombed-out streets. Although they didn't...

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Staying active at home as a woman over 50 move

Like the rest of us, I’m assuming you’re finding yourself spending a lot of time at home. I’m encouraged to hear that many people want to use this time to try to do a little bit...

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