It's monthly weight loss/healthy living/self care update time! Any thoughts? You know what to do. BETEO.
The April healthy living update is going up, not been the best months, but optimistic going forward and trying to change some of my behaviours to be a bit healthier. Anyway, give it a watch. Any thoughts? You know what to do. BETEO.
February was a bit of a rough month for me, here's my vlog about it. Any thoughts? You know what to do. BETEO.
It's the monthly weight loss/healthy living update vlog! Any thoughts? You know what to do. BETEO.
A new vlog (do have a few proper blog posts planned for here). Any thoughts? You know what to do. BETEO.
After a terrible July I wasn't overly confident about August, I was working nights the entire month, which messes with your head and body, and I usually snack a lot on nights. Also, the combination of night shifts and heat meant I was worried about getting my Couch to 5K runs in, and they have … Continue reading Fat Boy on a Diet: August 2019 Update: Turning Point?
Urghh. I'm kinda glad that July 2019 is done, it wasn't a fantastic month for me, and not just in weight loss terms. It was a month where despite some good days and nice things, there was a hard to shake funk settling in. I mooched around. I made bad diet choices. I suspect the … Continue reading Fat Boy on a Diet: July 2019 Update: Summertime Blues
So, last year, I rather foolishly wrote a blog about starting up on the Couch to 5k plan again. This is a training programme where over the course of 9 weeks you build up stamina and fitness until you can run for 30 minutes, where you should be around the 5k mark. I completed it … Continue reading Couch to 5k: 1st Third
Written on Sunday morning. A little over a week ago I wrote about starting running again. I was pretty excited about it and the next day I dug out my old trainers, and grabbed my mobile. I've downloaded a new C25K app, which features Sarah Millican as one of the guides, which I think is … Continue reading Couch to 5K: Stoppable
One of my major regrets is that I stopped running when I went back to university in 2013. By that point I'd been running for almost two years, and I loved it, not only was I in better shape, but it was a great chance to clear my head, it made me feel good and … Continue reading Born to Run? Why I’m gonna start running again.