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#167 Write a Press Release

When I first started penning my neverendinglist, it’s fair to say that I never imagined I’d need to write a Press Release promoting my exploits. The List, as I often point out is the ‘Script for Life’ documenting my ‘Journey of Happiness’ (happiness is a journey and not a destination by the way!). This journey has in turn turned into an adventure and after...

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#48 Plant a tree

Recently I trudged across a field with boys in tow. Our destination was a little shoot of horse chestnut sprouting out of the ground and fenced rather grandly in the corner of a field at the foothills of the Clwydian Range. I’ve talked about ‘significant insignificance’ before at the neverendinglist and I guess this little shoot at first sight could fall into the latter of that...

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#66 Win an award

  So it appears that the neverendinglist is up for an award. And not just any award! The UK Blog Awards have shortlisted my little ‘Script for Life’ in the ‘Most Innovative Blog’ category for 2014 and I’m chuffed diddly chuffed chuffed! I’ve never won an award and aside from a collection of swimming badges and some running medals, the trophy cabinet is a...

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#286 Run a sub 3:30 marathon

There are a number of running challenges prevalent here on the list, some of which I’ve been a bit slow to start chalking off! I’ve always run for fun and never given too much thought, or for that matter applied any structure to the running I’ve done. The normal training plan generally involves entering a race (normally after being challenged to do so) and then simply cramming...

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#312 Learn to Sail

Just over 5 years ago I was adrift amid some stormy waters as life was thrown on its head. Now the dust has long since settled, but in reflecting on the turbulent times one of the things which helped to offer some clarity in amongst the storm clouds was undoubtedly the time spent sailing out at sea. Whilst sporadic in nature, these little jaunts have provided thinking time along the way; a...

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