Finally! The ground has dried up a little. Running in the countryside no longer involves running through deep puddles, or sliding in thick mud. So, I’m retiring my old very muddy pair of shoes. I walked in that pair of shoes for years before I gave in and started doing a bit of running. And this winter they’ve witnessed hail storms, landslides, and a lot of wet dirt.
I bought my new shoes from the local running store, which was so much more fun than buying them online. I even had a go on a treadmill (how have I got to 31 and never tried one before?!) This is the first pair of shoes I have purposefully bought for running. I’m looking forward to more days running on dry tracks, through green meadows, with only the odd April shower. I might still be a newbie, but I think this running habit might be sticking…
Oh how I missed running during winter in Switzerland! Can’t wait to go outside on a regular basis again. Wish you a lot of fun with your new shoes, I bought mine at a local store too.
Thanks Jasmine. I’m looking forward to getting this pair muddy too!
I would love to make running a habit – the idea of it really appeals to me as a way of keeping fit, but I have never been able to run comfortably. Any tips greatly appreciated!
It is certainly a fun habit to have! I found it uncomfy to start. Good shoes, a running buddy, and an easy pace all help.
Do check out my other posts under the running tag where I’ve got a few more tips!
Thanks for stopping by. :)
we did a mini-jog for all of fifteen seconds whilst walking the dog today – small steps!
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