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    • I used couch to 5k and found it helpful. Although I did think that I might have found it difficult as a brand new runner. I would just listen to your body alongside the the voice over the headphones. Also, don’t worry about some sections as many times as you need to before you progress. Coming back after pregnancy can be harder than it looks x

  1. I love this post, it’s so spot on, and I’d never considered the parallels to running before, but it makes perfect sense. I’ve definitely been guilty of pushing on ahead regardless with my parenting recently – sometimes it feels relentless and that you have no choice but to keep on ploughing on, but I think taking the time to pause and reflect really is so important. Thanks for joining us at #SharingtheBlogLove

  2. Hi, thanks for sharing yourself indeed paving yourself when running or in everyday life is important but something we can forget #sharingthebloglove

  3. I’m a running mummy and I love how the tao of running can be applied to our lives! Racing is more about mental attitude than physical, pacing in running and throughout our lives, running for me is better than therapy – it keeps me fit, sane and more importantly happy. Happy running fellow running mummy! #SharingtheBlogLove

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