Morning, Welcome Mrs Noel! Nice win forever LmH - If that's August I think it is unlikely as I think I'm in Kent (family) for bank holiday w/e what - 6 easy lunchtime why - legs mashed: 3x1800s last night with 200 recoveries. Tried to ran each 'flat out' must've worked as its the closest I've come to being sick since a hard track session in the winter. last rest - 10 days last hard - yesterday lyric - on a barren streak at the moment.
I wonder if the Germans were singing "its just like watching Brazil" last night. That change strip has to go though.
Sorry LmH - missed your question. can't do the ultra thing you mentioned (away) but toying with Salisbury in Mid August. It won't be raced, more a 'see if I can run 40-50k' type thing. As always it depends if there is kids athletics or hockey or swimming... Beyond that, well its almost cross country season... Really fancy an ultra but seriously need to up my miles...
It also depends on what industry/business you work in, what time constraints (if any) exist and how easy it is, simply, to do the work from home. The problem with all workplace plans are that some are unworkable.
An IT project for instance may require, say 400hrs to be completed in, lets say , 10 weeks. This can be done anywhere as long as the 10 week deadline is reached. Accountants and engineers similarly can work from anywhere, just use the office for meetings (if at all) Manufacturing, pacakging, food processing etc have strict delivery guidelines, workplace requirements and so on. Shifts yes, but these are difficult to make more flexible. Dare I bring in some public services (schools/hospitals) and the flexibility becomes less manageable. Always gets me why roadworks aren't done on a 24/7 basis to get projects done quicker. I'm sure the hours would suit some (i.e. fit in with partners/spouses).