Reflecting on #ChildHealth #Health #Nursing #Wellbeing #Running #Life
#NHS1000miles 2021 are you in?
How has 2020 been for you?
As Nessa, played by Ruth Jones in Gavin and Stacey would say ‘I’m not gonna lie to you…’ it’s been an odd, frustrating and on occasions very very sad year. I’ve said goodbye to too many people in 2020 and am acutely worried about the long term impact of the global pandemic on our children and young people. However something that has kept me grounded has been running and the wonderful team #NHS1000miles. As I scroll through my camera roll I’m reminded of lots of happy times in 2020 …
November offered beautiful views of Hertfordshire, lots of muddy trails explored in 2020
And December provided Santa’s helper, the wonderful ever cheerful Jane!
Hoping you’ll join us on the adventure of #NHS1000miles in 2021 😉
Here are the links to previous #NHS1000miles blogs for inspiration
I’m a Children’s Nurse who is passionate about improving healthcare and life with people who use services.
I love getting out in the countryside or to the seaside to promote my mental health and well-being.
On a journey to doing 100 marathons (slowly!) & part of team #NHS1000miles (new members always welcome!)
I also love charity shopping, cooking and healthy eating too 😉
Sharing thoughts on a range of things that interest me. Comments, challenge, links to further thinking and research are most welcome. Learning and thinking together is always more fun!
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2 thoughts on “#NHS1000miles 2021 are you in?”
Thinking about joining 2022. I’m 64, a GP, and not a runner, but have lost nearly 3 stones in the last 6 months. Time now to get fitter!
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