This episode there’s travel woes, brain fog and scary books – it’s a real positive one this time!
After a three month summer break, WE ARE BACK. We talk summer highs and lows, races we’ve run, books we’ve read and what else is coming up as we head into Autumn
The Life Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k by Sarah Knight
What Goes Around by Emily Chappell
Moranifesto by Caitlin Moran
Becoming by Laura Jane Williams
Ctrl Alt Delete by Emma Gannon
Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert
Yes, Please by Amy Poehler
The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo by Amy Schumer
Brick Lane by Monica Ali
A Single Man by Christopher Isherwood
On this episode we talk whether we can “think” ourselves into faster runners, our New Zealand residing fav Leah shares an ‘on the run’ and we question our relationship to running and how to ‘find your thing’.
Not much else to say really, a bit of chat about other recent marathons, then we turn our attention to the big one – it’s London marathon week, people!
Episode twenty-one features a round up of our Easter highs and Easter lows, a massive long rant about food – obsessions, trends and everything in between, plus Taylor Swift and Beyoncé both had new stuff up on YouTube this fortnight, so we share our thoughts.
You can find more about Orthorexia here.
Lissy did Whole30 during the summer of last year, here’s how just 10 days of the plan changed her body:
Taylor Swift falls off a treadmill…
Beyoncé’s Ivy Park launch video…
Let us know what you think of both of these over on our Twitter @OFTRpodcast
This episode it’s all about periods, wanderlusting and a big old long chat on friendship. Plus the usuals: runner’s highs, runner’s lows and what’s been going on in our Strava club.
Lissy went to Mile End parkrun
Harry visited the Banff film festival
Harry’s running Reading half marathon in a couple of weeks – the one of the lion medal!
On female friendship:
We’re looking forward to the release of All The Single Ladies – out this Thursday! (24 March)
‘What women find in friends that they may not get from love’
The entire NY Magazine essay series from Single Ladies Week was fab and can be found here
Would you send an Outlook invite to chill with your friends?
The SRSLY podcast that discusses how Friends has warped our view of the world can be listened to here
Join our one for the road Strava run club