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19 Mar 19
lightlyskipping

A couple of years ago I made peace with the fact that, while I loved being active outside, I didn’t enjoy pinning on a race number and all that came with it: the training, the nerves, the importance of a single day over all others; the self-importance of being a competitor. I pivoted my goals […]

18 Mar 19
John Kynaston's ultra running diary

Saturday 16th March 2019 Introduction This was my 46th ultra since I joined this crazy sport in 2007 and the 6th time I have run the Hardmoors 55. It will definitely be in my top 5 for tough challenging conditions! In fact 3 of the top 5 have been at the Hardmoors 55 including last […]

18 Mar 19
jcgregsolutions

It’s one of the biggest threats to the global economy, and it could finally be near a resolution: the trade war between China and the United States. President Trump has said that the two economic superpowers are close to a deal to end a lingering dispute that has cast a shadow on the outlook for the entire economy. Between […]

18 Mar 19
Latest News

The Report Flexible Bottle Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2017-2027 provides information on pricing, market analysis, shares, forecast, and company profiles for key industry participants. – MarketResearchReports.biz In recent years there has been a substantial shift in product manufacturing as well as packaging. A new type of beverage packaging is introduced to increase […]

18 Mar 19
jcgregsolutions

A spiky worm with legs like noodles. A giant predator that looks like a cross between a walrus and a housefly. Many animals that evolved during the Cambrian period, 541 million to 485 million years ago, seem bizarre compared with modern life-forms. Even paleontologists sometimes wonder: Why do Cambrian creatures look so strange? Read more. Learn more. Click here. […]

18 Mar 19
PeaksPrincess

Well.  On the one hand I’m totally speechless.  On the other I have so much going through my head about this race. We knew the weather was going to be interesting.  The debate leading up to the race was whether to start with waterproofs on; what to wear, what layers to pack.  I really don’t […]

15 Mar 19
jcgregsolutions

Photographer Lennart Nilsson spent 10 years of his life recording the growth of the human embryo, from conception to birth. Nilsson managed to get his most precise shots with the help of a cystoscope — a medical instrument which is used to examine the inside of the urinary bladder. He attached a camera together with a tiny light to it, and took thousands of photos recording the life of the embryo in its mother’s […]

12 Mar 19
jcgregsolutions

Over the past few years, businesses across many industries have been increasingly relying on artificial intelligence to deliver business value. According to Forbes, Gartner estimated that artificial intelligence (AI) will contribute $3.9 trillion in business value by 2022. But where does that value come from? A press release from PwC argues that a major component of the value it creates will […]

11 Mar 19
jcgregsolutions

We all have a different perspective on life, different abilities and talents that we bring to our world that make us special, but since all of us are special in our own way, the high frequency of specialness means that we’re not so special after all. Read more. Learn more. Click here. — Got a […]

09 Mar 19
jcgregsolutions

ClickBank University is an online training centre founded by two internet entrepreneurs – Justin and Adam to help people earn more money online. What is included in this article is step by step instructions to help budding internet marketers create their product and sell it online. Read more. Learn more. Click here. — Got a […]

05 Mar 19
Run, Beer, Dance, Repeat

Let’s go round again Early start Saturday 2nd March, 2019. Up at 5 am, half an hour before I went to bed. No, hang on, that’s something else, more Yorkshire based. Ey-up. Anyway up at 5. Okay, I lay there ’til 5:45 but the intention was there. Eventually got up, got  showered and had first […]

04 Mar 19
fellrunlikeagirl

I’ve never owned a decent pair of trail shoes before, and after those lovely people at Scott Running kindly sent a pair my way I thought it only right and fair to give them a shameless plug thorough once over! My go to shoe for the muddy rugged fells are Inov-8 X Talon, they’ve always given […]

04 Mar 19
jcgregsolutions

Life is tough. No matter who you are and what you do, we all encounter obstacles and situations that never seem fair. One of the most difficult things to accept is that suffering is part of life. But if we’re going to get on with our lives and make the most of the one chance […]

01 Mar 19
The Magic In Between

Back in November 2018, I started my journey of (a) no longer shaving and (b) switching to minimalist “barefoot” shoes. I had been noticing issues when I went to sleep. I work in customer service and stand on hard floors for eight hours a day and at night, I would wake up to my legs […]

27 Feb 19
Wild Ginger Running

Join me LIVE tonight  at 8:30pm as I review the Inov8 Graphene Mudclaw 260 fell shoes! Join me live tonight as I review the Inov-8 Graphene Mudclaw 260 trail shoe, reveal some other people’s thoughts about them, then take your questions. Firstly, what the heck is graphene? “Graphene is a one-atom-thick layer of carbon atoms […]