Thanks so much for all your advice ladies. I am going to listen to your wise words and cut out the speedwork. I struggle to run in this heat anyway so glad to Have an excuse!! Just going to run slow and easy a few times a week for as long as I can.
Hello ladies. Sorry for gate-crashing. I've just found out I'm pregnant with number 3. I'm wondering if you kept up running during your pregnancy? I was pretty fit before I had number 1 and managed to keep running up to 23 weeks. With my second I wasn't as fit and never really kept running up at all. This time, I've been running with a club for about a year - we train on Tuesdays on a track and Thursdays are usually an effort session. I also do a long run at the weekend and a couple of shorter runs during the week if I can squeeze them in. I know I'll be fine keeping up the shorter and easy paced runs but wonder what people think about keeping up with the speedwork? I feel completely normal - i.e. don't feel pregnant! I am only five weeks though. Would love to know what you think
Hi popsider - can't help with the floor but can I be cheeky and ask how much the loft cost? Did you need to start from scratch - new windows and stairs? We're thinking of getting ours done but I'm worried its going to cost a small fortune.
I'm female :) (girly smiley face to prove it). I'm getting married in a few weeks - we have no wedding list and have been given such grief about not having one. Still, I think its a bit of a cheek asking people for presents never mind giving them a list. If we get anything we'll be grateful, if someone doesn't give us a present we won't be offended. Our wedding is small - just family and close friends, followed by a big party a few days later. It has been much cheaper and no pressure. I haven't even got my shoes yet!