Faster Phil!

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Another great run in my Brooks, albeit overdue! A week of little fitness and questionable food choices have left me tired, unable to focus on my work and generally feeling meh!! This run really cleared out the cobwebs (he types as sweat runs down his nose and drips onto his iPhone)

So. London marathon 2014. I want to run for a charity, but I don’t know which. My comments / ask is open to suggestions….and….GO

Another great run in my Brooks, albeit overdue! A week of little fitness and questionable food choices have left me tired, unable to focus on my work and generally feeling meh!! This run really cleared out the cobwebs (he types as sweat runs down his nose and drips onto his iPhone)

So. London marathon 2014. I want to run for a charity, but I don’t know which. My comments / ask is open to suggestions….and….GO

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  1. high-heel-mileage said: The LDR charity in which you get to see your girlfriend more. What about raising money for a kickstarter project that involves technology or science? Or a lesser known cause that might not get recognition because of lack of funding/PR? I’ll help you look!
  2. sazsimpson said: 1 with an attainable fundraising goal. Some of the ‘big’ charities have a £3000 minimum
  3. losingitall said: I think its best to run for a charity that is close to your heart, whatever that is. If I ever run for charity it will be for an animal charity, working dogs or rescue dogs.
  4. newlifenat said: leukemia and lymphoma society?
  5. sarahspeaksnow said: What’s a cause that’s important to you?
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