Let’s say I asked you to put together a bucket list – a list of things that you want to do before you die.
Before reading on just take a minute to think about what those things would be.
Done it? Okay I will continue…
Without even knowing you I bet it included something of the following:
Continue reading “Why bucket lists are bad and why you should shun them”
I have just come back from Rhodes, a Greek island and life there seemed so much simpler than what we have in the UK.
Rhodes – a Greek island, but nearer Turkey
The jobs seem to mostly relate to tourism (or are a byproduct created because of tourism) and as a result the people who live there work so hard in the tourist season and presumably in the off season get a chance to rest.
Continue reading “Yamas! Enjoy life like a Greek islander”
I was going to post something today. But then I remembered that it was Christmas Eve, so thought I would leave it until everyone is back to normal.
So instead, please see one of my favourite Christmas songs that never fails to put a smile on my face:
Prior to my well organised Spartan double, last month I did the Pudsey 10k.
This was quiet a significant race as:
- This was the first time that I had done a 10k race since July last year
- It marked the first time that I have run such a distance since September last year.
- Not only was I unprepared race fitness wise – I also managed to do everything wrong in my preparations
As a result I achieved a personal worse of 58 minutes. This is 15 minutes off my personal best – how did I fall so badly?
Strap yourself in, here is How not to prepare for a 10k… Continue reading “How not to prepare for a 10k race”
Thanks for the support so far, hope you have a great christmas (or whatever holiday you choose to follow) and are ready for new personal development opportunities in the New Year.
I don’t know why I took this picture of the bar. Perhaps being a young, intoxicated man on holiday seeing a blonde girl swinging round a pole in a bar enticed me.
Continue reading “Tenerife Bar Scene”