I feel like every post I write these days...you know when I get around to writing them...starts with something about how it's been so long since I last wrote. This time my broadband provider is to blame, I think I'm on week three without internet at home and I'm starting to get tetchy. Really tetchy. I've come to the library just to blog and use WhatsApp*. It's that bad.
Anyway, excuses aside as I'm connected to decent WiFi for the first time in weeks I thought I'd take the opportunity to let you know that entries for North London Half 2016 have opened!
Last year Elle and I had a blast, pottering around the 13.1 mile course, running through Wembley and asking Mo Farah awkward questions - you can check out my race review here.
Taking place on 20 March 2016, this year's race is set to be even better that before and it's all because of an exciting twist - the route has been reversed to finish in Wembley Stadium! Imagine running under that famous arch towards the finish line, crowds cheering, adrenaline pumping...it's going to be immense.
Discounted early bird places are available now at £35 for affiliated runners and £37 for unaffiliated runners, so sign up sharpish and be part of something amazing!
*I haven't really, it's a happy aside, I am actually here to do some real proper study of real proper economics