Anonymous: is there a certain distance you try to run every week?

I don’t really have a set distance, but when I run I like for it to be longer than 6km. It usually always is, though. Because of the recent hot weather I’ve been avoiding my usual 11km+ routes. I’m wa-hey too sensitive to the heat.

Growth is painful. Change is painful.But nothing is as painful as staying stuck somewhere you don’t belong.
― Mandy Hale  (via givesgoodface)

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Anonymous: I just would like to say that I've been following you from the beginning and it makes me beyond relieved and elated to know how much you've overcome. You're a true soldier, my dear!

That long? I’m both honoured and in awe that you’ve stuck with me all these years. Also, this whole messages means a great deal to me and I’ll never, ever, ever understand the kindness and support people continuously shower me in, but I’m grateful beyond words. Thank you!



Anonymous: I feel at such a loose end most of the time. I feel quite useless and like I don't know what to do with myself. Do you ever experience this? How do you overcome it? What activities do you spend your time doing and what helps make you feel better?

Cont. Often I feel like I rely on internet to entertain me. How can I break the habit?

I know exactly how you feel. I think that’s a product of being stuck in the same environment too often, doing the same thing every day and the like. At least I think so, anyway. Going for a good walk and embracing nature always unsticks me from that little rut. It feels good to feed your brain and lungs some clean oxygen and to just enjoy the outdoors. It’s clarifying, I find. So yeah, I love going for walks and hikes - perfect if, like me, you enjoy solitude.

Hope this helps!

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