Mindset – what happens when you change your perspective

Being a long distance cyclist was accepting that it was all I could become. Yes I could cycle a long way, and I loved to do this, but I felt I was deluding myself if I thought I could ever be even slightly competitive as a cyclist. Completing a long distance event in time, let alone a good time, was something that more capable & usually younger women did, not me. I would enter, because I liked the idea of a particular ride, and my aim was simply to complete it, hopefully in time. So what’s change my perspective?

An update to my ‘final’ PBP story

A few weeks ago I shared my story about why I simply HAD to complete PBP. Its a scary fact that IBD is on the rise in the western world, and so more and more of us are likely to be affected with this debilitating illness.

The final chapter in my PBP journey

The post that follows is not anything like I thought I would write about it, but I think it's important.  It's very personal to me, and I've rarely discussed it, but I think that many others out there may be able to relate, and so this story will be told.
I want to explain why it was so important to me to complete it, ideally within time, but even out of time if necessary. The reason is not what you would expect.

Motivation – Age is just a number – MJ’s story

Why do so many of us lose our confidence as we get older? This motivation series will include inspirational stories, achievements and tips to build confidence. To put it all in perspective I’d like to share MJ’s story. She’s the perfect example......

A very honest interview with Victoria Pendleton

She is now patron of a charity called The Wave Project, that uses surfing as therapy for young people suffering from mental health issues, or from disadvantaged backgrounds. She's back to being an adrenaline junkie, and is in a much better place for now Grab a cuppa, and take time for a read.

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