In 3 months and 7 days time I will lining up with 40,000 other individuals to run the Virgin London Marathon.
As I write this I’m already feeling that burning sensation in the pit of my stomach because, although that might seem a long time, it’s actually just a whisker away!
While I try my best to get my Buddha belly into shape I would love it if you could sponsor me and help raise loads of wonga for the Little Haven Hospice.
If you would like to donate – click here.
If you cannot afford to donate then do not worry, I’ve mentioned in the past there are many ways of be charitable that doesn’t include money.
You could retweet this post a few times, or like it on Facebook, or you could even send it to some very wealthy friends and then emotionally blackmail them! 😆 Okay, don’t do that, but perhaps you can even help keep me honest by making sure I don’t consume any more Egg McMuffins from Macdonalds!
Whatever you do, please do not donate out of obligation, only donate or promote this if you truly wish to.
If you don’t know my story then it’s safe to say that this has been quite a journey for me, from the first time I ran a 5.5km race back in 2006 to my second half marathon in 2009.
From the moment I began the journey of losing weight and getting fit it’s been full of challenges.
Ever since I first began losing weight I’d always said that I wanted to run the marathon before I was 35, and now that I finally have my ballot place, I’m going to do just that!
I’ve been keeping up the little things which I know will overall make the biggest difference but I still have so much work to do.
It’s going to be pretty intense over the next 3 months, so if you see any really rubbish articles here, or just really poor spelling and grammar, I’m just going to blame it on the training fatigue!
Whatever happens, I’m going to say thank you now for any past or future support, wish me luck!