It’s safe to say that I won’t miss 2019, but the lessons I learned will stick with me forever. It’s strange, if you had asked me how the year was going in May I would have told you that it was amazing. At the end of April I had just finished the London marathon and raised over R30k for the South African Depression and Anxiety group. The second half of the year was more difficult. I went back to playing hockey and had a disappointing…Continue Reading “2019 – a review”
I have been working on finalising a project that has been hanging over my head for many years. I’m excited to announce that I am in the final stages. Watch this space
I’d love your initial thoughts on the final trailer of the Joker.
Marathon runners consider there to be six major marathons, namely Berlin, Boston, Chicago, London, New York and Tokyo. I’m not happy with this list for two reasons, The Medihelp Sunrise Monster is not on that list and it’s a son of a bitch Three of the races are in America and I think we need to give one to Africa. I mean Chicago, what the heck? Why not the Cape Town Marathon or the Kilimanjaro? Regardless of my feelings, the running cult..I mean community take…Continue Reading “5 things I learnt training for a major marathon”
It’s nearly six years and a month to the day from when I last flew home out of Heathrow. I was really privileged to spend the last ten days frolicking in the mediocre weather of London and surrounds. I think the thing I liked the most was that I really had a mixed itinerary while I was here, from a rock concerts to a marathon, from great work meetings to pubs. So much has changed from the last time I was in the United Kingdom….Continue Reading “Time to say goodbye to Mud Island”
Here are some of the backgrounds that I have been using for my latest venture, runhitwonder.com. Feel free to use them as you see fit.
A fire at the Notre-Dame de Paris tore through the ceiling and most of the fancy bits of the famous cathedral this week, leaving the world in shock. Immediately and without request, hordes of people took to social media to show that they had been there. Luckily, posting a picture about a place or taking the time to like a post really helps the cause – so I can end here. That’s not really how social media works, despite our human propensity to get involved…Continue Reading “Tragedy, social media and the Pangolin”