If you have been regularly reading this blog, you will know that i have been blogging every day since my birthday this year.
Until that was last Saturday. So that was a total of 189 consecutive days. Not bad for a novice?
So, i’m back, but it won’t be everyday as i will have many more things to devote my energies to.
Mainly my energies goto my full time day job and family and friends.
I will also be working on my new project My Run Guru, as some of feedback i have had from this blog is i talk too much about running, so that is what my new project will be focusing on as i enjoy it so much and know there are many beginners and novices who want some help and guidance.
But doe fret, i will be here on a regular basis, just not everyday!
The past five months have been quite a journey for me.
I started running back in June this year and it has been full of many highs.
My first 10k run was in July at the London Olympic 2012, Queen Elizabeth park.
Then i completed my first ever half Marathon in October at The Great Birmingham Run, with a London Olympic torch.
And then finishing off with the West London 10k run in November.
Its not been easy at times. especially when i go for a training run in the cold, dark, wet mornings. But it has been worth it.
I have had many people help and advise me and many say i have a lot to share.
Hence i have started My Run Guru.
Find us on Facebook and Twitter , come join us and let’s see where this journey will take us all.
Olympic Torch Great Birmingham Run