For a while now, I’ve been posting about being injured (annoying) and developing a podcast (big learning curve).
At long last, I’ve turned a corner. I’m running and the podcast’s live.
Yep, September’s been a good month.
Up and running
I got injured attempting my first 100 mile ultra marathon back in May. And I learnt a valuable lesson: being injured sucks.
So what a relief to get the all clear from my physio. I wasted no time getting back out there.
It’d probably be sensible to ease myself back into things. But I’m of the (debatable) opinion my body’s there to be used and abused. So I’m already focussing on the Dragon in 2019, a 100 mile ultra marathon from Rhosilli to Cardiff.
Training for it should keep me busy through the winter.
It’s been a long time coming, but the podcast I’ve been working on with friends is now live. Yikes!
It’s called ‘Seismic’, and celebrates sustainability stories from Cardiff and further afield. It’s available on SoundCloud, i-tunes and pocket casts. Our website’s being developed but you can listen to episodes 0 and 1 on it here.
It’s been great fun getting to this point. We were a bit nervous when it went online, but feedback so far has been fab.
You can follow us on twitter (@seismicwales) and instagram (@seismic_wales).
What the world needs now…
Running and podcasting aside, I’ve been reading a lot recently.
Of the books I’ve ploughed through, ‘Enlightenment Now‘ by Steven Pinker stands out from the crowd. It just talks so much sense – something I think the world’s lacking at the moment.
Well worth a read.