Trail running camaraderie (and why it matters)

It’s 7pm on a boiling hot Wednesday. I’m stood on the uphill start line of a fell race with 100 other people. Dartmoor’s expanse falls away either side, rearing up again to the rocky tors of Little Miss, Great Mis, Great Staple and Roos. We are counted down 3-2-1 and off we go. Immediately I […]

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The power of anger – a force for good

Let’s talk anger. Like many, I tend to keep my rage quiet. Why? Because from a young age you’re told anger isn’t cool, it’s NOT a good look. For a little girl growing into a woman society tells you anger is unseemly; it’s not something a female should show, so the practice of masking it […]

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A very British walk on Dartmoor

Some people feel the rain, others just get wet.” Bob Marley   It’s December, It’s Britain. It’s raining. What else is there to do when it’s drizzling continuously, blowing a hooley and the sky is a shade of grey Farrow and Ball calls ‘elephant breath’? Well, there’s only one thing for it: stick on a […]

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Walk your way to wellness

Life has been busy. When is it not? Today was the day to stop, lift my head up from the to-do lists, inspect a map and hop in the car to a new place. Today the place is a wide open one, where the wind whistles a tune and the sun plays hide and seek […]

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Free or cheap ways to enjoy Devon

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Sometimes the best pick-me-up is the most simple of things, and not the expensive spa treatment or bottle of wine on a Friday night. The most reinvigorating ways of shaking off the day/week/mood are right in front our noses and can often cost very little if anything at all. It just requires us to embrace […]

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