Angela Soames

 

I’ve never been sporty and don’t consider myself to be – I laugh when my friends call me that!

But after trying out lots of different sports in adulthood, I finally found that I like running.

It has given me the confidence to do things without worrying about what other people think and also not to compare myself to anyone else, but just to go out and do what I enjoy.

I’ve found that I enjoy challenging myself, even if it is just a small one it keeps me going when sometimes you just want to be lazy.

I’ve recently started wild swimming and enjoying the joy of being in the water, in nature, no pressure just going with the flow – i’m also liking how my body and mind feels afterwards.

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