Well now the darker night and morning are back here I quite fancy starting myself off on the couch to 5k, they say anyone can do it. Well I am anyone so it has to be worth a try. Look at this Garmin Forerunner GPS running watch, how great would this be for showing my improvement? It should show the improvement in not only my time but the benefits to my body. Maybe I could also incorporate some running when out with the dog.
Top Features of the Garmin Forerunner 25 GPS Running Watch with HRM (Small)
- Tracks distance, pace, heart rate and calories
- Instantly share runs and activity tracking progress with friends, family and the world via social media by pairing a compatible device with Garmin Connect™ Mobile
- Activity tracking counts steps and calories and reminds you when it’s time to move
- Up to 8 hours of battery life with GPS on or 8 weeks in watch/activity tracking mode
- Save, plan and share your activities at Garmin Connect™
|Garmin Forerunner 25 GPS running watch with Heart Rate monitor|
Now due to the fact I have to carry epipens every where with me I am never without a bag of some sort. How cute is this cross over body Radley bag from House of Fraser. Notice the dog theme creeping in.
Talking of walking the dog. Half the time I end up taking a jacket, just in case it rains, but end up far to warm and tie it round my waist. This light weight waterproof poncho Pac a Mac from House of Fraser looks a nice compromise, light weight enough to wear on its own, or in the colder weather that is rapidly approaching would go on top of another jacket. Comes with its own draw string bag that would attach to the bum bag I carry.
Pretty much anywhere we walk the dog round here that she can get off the lead and run is either fields or woods and therefore in the winter rather muddy to say the least, so a nice new pair of wellies would be a godsend.Love these ones that House of Fraser have at the moment. Sorry again you will notice a theme running through this post.
Now we all know there is not a lot of warmth in a welly, great for the wet but not so warm on the feet in the snow and ice. So these Falke cashmere and merino wool socks from House of Fraser would be a great addition to my comfort level when out.
Lastly to top me off, literally, this cashmere snood from Asos. Keep both head and neck warm with no need to keep adjusting a scarf. I don't know about you but scarves annoy me as I can never get them sitting quite right.
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