Hello lovely Questers. I can’t believe we are halfway through April already, and this pic is as close as I’ve got to seeing a sheep this spring. I am determined to get out in the countryside to see those frolicking lambs now that we can travel further. Shaun the sheep looks happy with his bling - is anyone else running for virtual bling this month? 🥇🥈🥉🏅
cheekychipmunks and I have loved seeing your Quests, and you have been doing so well. Understandably, there may have been a few distractions this week as we have been allowed to do a few more things than usual and the school holidays are still on here.
I got to see my sister for the first time in 4 months on Tuesday, which was lovely. Then yesterday I got to visit the hairdresser 💇🏼♀️ whoop whoop whoop. Unlike Samson, who lost his strength when his hair was cut, I’m hoping that the loss of 3 inches will make me more aerodynamic!
I’ve run 3 times this week but confess that the S&F exercises have been few and far between.
Do let us know how you have been getting on over the last week. Often the thought of getting out the door is worse than the act itself, but we almost always enjoy it once out. Sometimes we need that push, and that’s why having a Quest is a wonderful thing. It keeps us all accountable and we can share our experiences. 🏃♀️🏃♂️
The aim of the Quest is to help you find a focus or goal that you would like to achieve by the end of the Quest period. It takes one calendar month but you can join at any point during that time.
Some popular goals are:
★ To run three times a week
★ To slowly increase distance
★ To train for a specific race
★ To add Stretch and Strength exercises to your weekly routine
So in case you want to get going now, or need reminding what your Quest was, here’s the link to the first week’s post.
We’ll check in again next week. Have a great time! 😀