Barefoot, or minimalistic shoes, is a trend growing in popularity as people embrace the health and wellbeing benefits of feeling the ground beneath their feet. The long term effect of barefoot living is still being researched but the short term benefits are compelling many people to give it ago. The History of the Running Shoe So if minimalistic shoes are the way forward why are … Continue reading The Benefits of Being Barefoot.
This month marks two years since I became vegetarian, and it’s been quite a journey! It all started on a sunny day with a cow, a border collie and some friends. Whilst enjoying a walk we came across a group of young cows in a neighbouring field. The cows were inquisitive, playful and enjoyed a good head scratch. My friend remarked “they’re just like puppies” … Continue reading My 2 Year Veggieversary
As promised, I would keep up to date with the blog and post what I have been doing in the early weeks of my half marathon training. I have picked up a niggle in my left calf after going full steam ahead in the first week and doing to many miles to early on. I’ve stepped back a little over the last 2 weeks to … Continue reading My Half Marathon Challenge Week 2 & 3
The only fuel you need to walk is food and drink. Cars, on the other hand are very expensive and inefficient in their fuel consumption. You can reduce your carbon footprint by walking shorter journeys instead of driving. You’ll also save on petrol costs, not to mention the health benefits! I am sure most of us are guilty including myself of driving a car on … Continue reading Environmental benefits of walking