Running

The Dads Sofa Bubble and Squeak

The Dad Sofa’s weekly round up of stuff and – sometimes nonsense found online this week…

Silly idea of the week

Is it possible for someone who prefers the safety of a sofa to run a marathon during July? The Samaritans are introducing The Samarathon, I’m trying to work out if it looks good… or silly…

Quote that’s messing with me this week.

“Nothing is more powerful than an idea whose time has come.”

― Victor Hugo

Facebook’s role in Brexit and its threat to democracy…

Loved this stunning TED talk. Must watch for anyone with any interest in Facebook, or Social Media in general…

What I’ve been watching this week

I could watch this again and again…

https://twitter.com/TVDMolen/status/1125863181300260864

What I’ve been listening to…

The Mid-Faith Crisis guys talk about work, “…and its importance in our lives. How can we be a blessing in the workplace? What can it show us about our own stories? What’s the problem with the phrase ‘work-life balance’? And why does Nick think that it’s OK to record a podcast while eating a fish finger sandwich?

Check out The Mid Faith Crisis to give it a listen.

Please chuck the links of anything you feel should be shared below! In the mean time, I’m going back to watching that goal…

5 Things I Wish I Knew about Running from the Beginning

In case you missed my previous post, I’ve taken up running*. Or at least attempting to run.

Its nothing much at the moment, just a quick stamina run around the block. (As it fits in with family life nice and easily).

I’ve just came across, and thought it was interesting. Sharing here, in case someone else out there is just beginning to go for a run.

*I say running, I mean running, jogging, fast walking, stumbling, etc…