Fun runs are fun

Uncategorized Dec 08, 2019

I am a latecomer to running and events like fun runs. I did my first fun run in 2014 when I was 51.  Now I have done a few and I collect the bibs with much pride in my achievements. 

In the middle of September each year in Adelaide we have a City-Bay Fun Run.  It is extremely popular. I think the main reason is that is a celebration that the weather has changed.  

My Facebook feed is full of people I know doing this event.  Not everyone runs it; lots of people walk the 12km course. Some people dress up in silly costumes, a lot of people enter to raise much-needed funds for charities or important causes.  And what I see is lots of teams. 

I see people from various workplaces I know or have worked with doing the event together.  They start the event together and then those who are faster and who finish first, stay back at the end and wait for their colleagues.  It is a celebration of starting and finishing something together. It is a...

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Fun runs are fun

Uncategorized Dec 08, 2019

I am a latecomer to running and events like fun runs. I did my first fun run in 2014 when I was 51.  Now I have done a few and I collect the bibs with much pride in my achievements. 

In the middle of September each year in Adelaide we have a City-Bay Fun Run.  It is extremely popular. I think the main reason is that is a celebration that the weather has changed.  

My Facebook feed is full of people I know doing this event.  Not everyone runs it; lots of people walk the 12km course. Some people dress up in silly costumes, a lot of people enter to raise much-needed funds for charities or important causes.  And what I see is lots of teams. 

I see people from various workplaces I know or have worked with doing the event together.  They start the event together and then those who are faster and who finish first, stay back at the end and wait for their colleagues.  It is a celebration of starting and finishing something together. It is a...

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Episode 18: Rochelle Mutton – Helping children regulate their behaviour

Uncategorized Nov 27, 2019

Rochelle is an Occupational Therapist who helps build on children's skills and close the gaps in their development.

 

Special Guest: Rochelle Mutton, Motivate Kids.

 

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Episode 17: Chris Edgar – Building your own home with minimal stress

podcast Nov 27, 2019

Chris is a regular on this podcast. He's also a building consultant and a mediator. Building your own home is extraordinarly stressful and it can result in significant delays if your relationship with the builder breaks down. Help is at hand.

 

Special Guest: Chris Edgar,  Building Consultant.

 

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Episode 16: Ed Hewitt – Family Law is Stressful

podcast Nov 20, 2019

Ed is a family lawyer. He's dealing with people going through what might some of the most difficult circumstances of their life. How does he manage their stress and look after himself at the same time.

 

Special Guest: Ed Hewitt, Family Lawyer with Stanley & Co.

 

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Episode 15: Annie Harvey - The benefits of laughter

Uncategorized Nov 07, 2019

Annie not only understands burnout, she has a process to deal with it. Laughter wellness.

 

Special Guest: Annie Harvey, Wellness Consultant.

 

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Episode 14: Tim Allan - Managing the shame of not being good enough to have our photo taken

podcast Nov 02, 2019

Tim is a photographer and sound recorder. He produces this podcast. Tim has found that there is an extraordinary resistance by his corporate clients who feel really uncomfortable having their photos taken.

 

Special Guest: Tim Allan, Podcast Central.

 

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Episode 13: Mardi Webber – Mentally Healthy Workplaces

podcast Oct 27, 2019

Mardi is a Mentally Healthy Workplace Consultant with Return to Work SA. She works with employers across SA providing advice and support to ensure workplaces are more mentally healthy and supporting people with mental health conditions.

 

Special Guest: Mardi Webber, Return to Work SA

 

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Episode 12: Bel Ryan – Tapping into the creative self

podcast Oct 16, 2019

Bel is an art therapist and counselor. She helps people connect with their creative intuitive self to help them inform themselves to what are the issues at hand and how to deal with those issues.

 

Special Guest: Bel Ryan, Ignite Art Therapies

 

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Episode 11: Dr. Kylie Dodsworth – A holistic approach to health

podcast Oct 09, 2019

Kylie is an integrative medicine GP, lecturer, speaker, business owner, mentor and coach. She founded the Centre for Health and Wellbeing in 2005, which has since helped over 10,000 people find their underlying cause of illness and better manage their health. Kylie loves understanding how and why the body gets out of balance and helping people with their journey back to health.

 

Special Guest: Dr. Kylie Dodsworth, Centre for Health and Wellbeing.

 

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