It feels like I had almost forgot to wonder. Awe is not awe when it becomes familiar.Continue reading “I Almost Forgot Wonder”
One of the reasons to train for a marathon is to make sure that I will be able to start and finish without breaking. I also want to be wise in my training and, at the end “race”. Besides my marathon training plan, I’m gleaning from other sources and experts on how to do it well. Where else to better pick up tips than from the legendary Eliud Kipchoge. In an interview I watched-listened to, he mentioned a run diary. Which got me thinking.Continue reading “Run Diary”
So, I’m running my first marathon, ever. This year (2023) was the first time I ran 21.2 kilometres, and I did that in a half marathon race. Of course, I didn’t just get up and go run it, I trained for it. After running The Two Oceans Half Marathon, I joked about setting my sights on a full marathon. The truth is I only half-joked, and I am going to run The Cape Town Marathon later year.Continue reading “Running My First Marathon, Ever”
Sometimes we’re only holding a piece of the puzzle and it’s not the whole picture.Continue reading “Purposeful Curiousity”
There are things we have control over.
Try to control other things and it’s over.
We can only do so much and then we have to hope and trust.Continue reading “Things We Need But Have No Control Over”