If you don't run, you cheer

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28 February 2017


Luckily, when not running, there's cheering. Which is also a very fun thing to do, especially in good company. 

Recovery diary - Day 16 - Status

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26 February 2017

Just sending a status from my bed. A rainy sunday well spent does include some time in bed - although today also included chearing for my fellow NBROs at Fælledparken, working out at the gym, making healthy food and taking a long deserved shower.

Swimming pool

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23 February 2017


Recovery diary - Day 11 - Letting go and moving on

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22 February 2017



It might be too early to write this. So I'll just consider this post as a draft to a (hopefully) future one. One that I will write after these 100 days of recovery.

Recovery diary - Day 10 - Learnings from months of not running

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21 February 2017


Being injured got the wise part of me out of its box. Finally. It should be easy to take it easy once injured. One should just use this period as the occasion to open to other interests - there are so many. I've had a hard time letting go. And I'm not done with it yet.

Recovery diary - Day 8 - Back to training

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19 February 2017



I went back to training this morning. After a little week of rest I thought I should give the gym a try. I was optimistic and expected to be able to train at least for 1h30. That didn't happen. I didn't get hurt but I could feel my limits after an hour of light training. It appeared clearly that I should stop and call it a day.

Recovery diary - Day 7 - Cleansing

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18 February 2017


It's already been a week since I decided to come up with a 100-day plan to recover from the trouble I'm going through. These days felt like minutes, yet the road is long and 100 days feel like forever. Hopefully all will be good by then.

Recovery diary - Day 2 - The plan

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13 February 2017


I think yesterday's post deserves more precisions.
I decided to open up on my heart's situation and the fact that I'm heart broken. I decided to link this to the symptoms that I mentioned.

Recovery diary - Day 1 - Acknowledging the problem

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12 February 2017


The only reason I havn't posted anything in here, in a while, is that I always question the use of a blog, especially for me. Especially if I'm not going to share it with the rest of the world. Leaving the discovery of these stories to fate.

We were holding hands before we knew it

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I always think I’m stronger when it comes to heart breaks. But once put at the bottom of the wall, with no other choice but to face it, I find myself completely lost, and “håbløs*” like one would say in Danish.
 

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