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Buggy Mums, parkrun, JPCC and a sundae

Turbo session

Wednesday was a rainy day, but that didn’t stop me from going along to Buggy Mums. I knew that Christine would have planned a session that would keep us moving and I wasn’t wrong. Unsurprisingly, we were a small group of just 7 people today, but that didn’t make it Read more…


Starting Pilates

Pilates

I’d hoped to get my week off to a good start with a swim, but after getting home late on Sunday evening, there was a lot of organising that needed to be done yesterday 🙁 However, today turned into a very good day… First up was a new class: pilates. Read more…


Back on it – a weekly round-up

Tamsyn at Mile of Miles

Hello again! I feel like I’m finally getting back on top of things, so here’s a round-up of my week that included parkrun, swimming, Buggy Mums and Mile of Miles. Saturday – Volunteering at parkrun For the second week in a row, I was a volunteer at parkrun – this Read more…


What I’ve been doing

Busy, busy, busy! I’m still managing to exercise, but it’s so difficult for me to find time to blog, which is very frustrating. I thought I’d do a quick summary of what I’ve been up to recently… Sunday 22nd January No running for me today. Stuart, baby M and I Read more…


Back on track for a spring marathon

Baby M before Buggy Mums at Weston Shore

Time is passing so quickly these days. There is so much that I want to blog about and never enough time! I had intended to go to Buggy Mums on Thursday last week, but the weather forecast was very bad. I knew that the venue (Weston Shore) is quite exposed, Read more…


Training with my baby

Today I went to my first ever Buggy Mums session. I’ve been looking forward to it ever since I learnt about its existence in November. It’s run by ParkLives, which is an initiative by CocaCola to bring free sports activities to city parks across the UK. It fantastic that I Read more…


Up and… walking

It’s been a while since I posted, and for good reason: Unfortunately, things didn’t go quite to plan, so my baby was born nearly two weeks late via emergency caesarean. She’s thriving, but I’ve had some ups and downs and was readmitted to hospital. Hopefully, that’s behind us now and Read more…