Breaking through the wall: London 10 …

Last week I ran the London 10 Mile. I think it’s safe to say that most runners have hit the dreaded wall in one race or another. Sometimes you can see it slowly building in front of you as the pace on your watch gets slower. Other times, things will…

Going from working full time …

I was unhappy in my job We live in a world where at one point or another, most of us have had a job that we hated. Like really hated. But for one reason or another we continued to stay in this job. Usually it’s because we’ve got bills to pay, but…

How to motivate yourself to …

As someone who works in fitness, you’d think that I always have the motivation to train but I am just like you. Some days I do and some days I don’t. I tell myself “it’s too cold to go outside for a run” or “my arms are too sore” when…

Speaking at BeFit London & Thank …

I never thought that I would be asked to speak at BeFit London, the UK’s only health and fitness festival for women. But on Friday, that dream came true and thanks to Reebok I got to share my passion in a room full of people who made me feel so welcomed. It was…

How to improve your mile …

The Mile, one of the hardest distances to run. It’s a tricky one to pace and to train for too. If you get off too fast your legs will slow down before you make it to the finish line. Set off too slow and you’ll spend the whole race playing catch…

The Skervin-Clarke Wedding

I’ve been putting off writing this post for a few weeks. I guess it’s because in a way it closes a chapter that I don’t think I’m ready to stop reading. I want to read this chapter again and again but now the “Thank You” cards have been written and we’ve…

Running a 9 minute Half Marathon …

When you look down at your watch and see that you’re on track for a PB, that’s when the magic starts to happen. The desire to cross the finish line becomes stronger than the pain in your legs so you begin to push harder. And you keep going until you reach the…