Other Reviews

Run for Your Life – Mindful Running For a Happy Life by William Pullen

Why do you run? As a runner, this is something we get asked a lot. Why do you run? Why do I run? Some people run for the sheer joy of it. Some to maintain their weight, health or fitness. Some run for a bit of peace. An escape from the hassles of everyday life. Then there is a steadily growing group of people who use running to benefit their mental health. For many of us with depression or anxiety related disorders running is literally our saviour. Like many other women of my age I am not a stranger to the menace of the black dog. He looms over me ominously when I look back over my shoulder. Thankfully though, [...]

Review of Your Pace or Mine? by Lisa Jackson

Run Mummy Run were asked  to review Lisa Jackson's new book "Your Pace or Mine?".  We asked our community member and loyal RMR Charlotte Harding to put her feet up, have a read and let us know what she thought.... When I was asked to review ‘Your pace or mine?’ I was unsure. I only started running 14 months ago and didn’t think any book could help me move from couch potato to the half marathon I am training for. The book arrived; a cheerful cover encouraging me to take a peek; the inside full of encouraging endorsements from a variety of running celebrities and race royalty. I took a chance. Within the pages I met Lisa, who I have very quickly [...]

Run Mummy Run review of TeaHuggers Tea

I love tea. Love it. Very few things make me happier than a nice cuppa. So I was thrilled when Run Mummy Run asked me to review TeaHuggers Tea. TeaHuggers are a small, British company who specialise in “Tea, Love and Happiness”. When my tea arrived (very nicely packaged) I decided to have a look at their website to find out a bit more. It told me they use the highest quality whole-leaf tea and herbs in their pyramid bags and that they are passionate about bringing their customers interesting blends from around the world, sourced from trusted, reputable suppliers. This all sounded great to me. It was time to put the kettle on and my feet up in the name [...]