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28th July, 2019

The 92nd Tely 10

Ten miles, 1:44:58. Despite the heat and me feeling a bit rough, we shaved six minutes off our previous attempt, thanks to Geri running so strong!

18th May, 2019


To mark each trip to Düsseldorf, we've snapped a selfie at the same location. Looking at these images side by side caused me to reflect on the changes to my physical and mental health since meeting my wife.

24th September, 2017

Robin Hood Half Marathon

Today, I successfully completed my first official half marathon.

1st September, 2017

I'm writing again

Buoyed by experiential optimism, I want to highlight the ways digital technology can benefit well-being, and strengthen our connection to the natural world.

15th August, 2017

Copenhagen 2017

Instagrams from our second trip to Copenhagen, 10-15 August.

23rd July, 2017

Newfoundland's 90th Tely 10

Today, we completed Newfoundland's famous 10-mile road race.

5th January, 2017

Brooklyn run

I had to attend a meeting in NYC, so flew down from snowy St. John's. I only had 24 hours and it was bitterly cold but I made time for a fave run.

18th May, 2009

Four days in remote Wasdale

I've had a wonderful week off, including a five-hour drive to remote Wasdale in the Lake District, with two full days of trekking and scrambling.

14th November, 2008


A couple of months have passed now since my Dad passed away, and (as I was warned by friends) the impact of this is having a greater effect as time moves on.

24th June, 2008

Great Notts Bike Ride

Yesterday, we completed the Great Notts Bike Ride 50 mile route; cycling from Holme Pierrepont to Newark, then back to Nottingham into brutal and constant 30 mph headwinds.

25th July, 2006

What really matters

I found myself again over the weekend. It took 400 driven miles, 15 walked miles, 2000 feet of ascent and my two best friends to track me down, but I’m delighted to announce that I’m back.

27th January, 2005

You know you work too hard when...

You know you work too hard when you end up documenting the fact that you're working too hard.