Starting a blog can be a frustrating experience because it takes a lot time and effort.
Time to take out our computers, and turn them on. Time to make the perfect brew which will power us and our ideas for the next two hours. Time to find the perfect playlist for typing, and the perfect font for our words.
And effort – it takes an awful lot of effort. What should I write about? Will this be interesting? Who will read it? Should I have a picture at the start? Or at the end? Is this the right word?
And in the midst of all this panic, another question comes along – do I even care anymore?
As the name suggests, Tough Mudder is going to be tough.
After initially signing up, you said that you would be in the shape of your life, don’t lie, we all said it.
I know I did.
I wanted to be able to run 10km without breaking a sweat, climb walls like a parkour kid, jump over moving vehicles… but now that the day has actually come, I have just realised that I can’t even cross the road without putting my life in danger.
However, I have bought the ticket, I want the Tough Mudder headband, and I’m already thirsty for that end of race beer.
So, I’ve devised a 10 step plan for success… Tough Mudder, you’re going down.