Jojo Mills joined Team Do for the Devil Mud Run earlier this month, earning the title of Doer of the Month along with her fellow runners Heather and Wystan – between them raising an impressive 117 pledges in support. Here Jojo shares her experience of the whole mucky affair.
It’s not often that I rise on a Saturday morning without hitting the snooze button; with butterflies in my belly; and a fine excuse for eating peanut butter and banana French toast sandwiches for breakfast. Continue reading
Challenge yourself this Autumn to an 8km obstacle run for Do Nation. It won’t be easy, you will get muddy, but use it to raise pledges amongst your friends and family and it will be worthwhile.
Here’s the deal: you challenge yourself to getting wet, muddy and generally exhausted; those supporting you challenge themselves by pledging to make an environmental change in their lives for 2 months. That’s the time it takes for something to become a habit, so together we’ll be creating permanent change. Continue reading
The competition was most definitely on this month with Freya, David and Eliott battling it out for the title of Doer of the month. Eliott finally came out on top after sharing photos of his spectacularly muddy run with friends and family. Looks like his entire office also got involved with hopes of digging into some of the Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. Enjoy!
Eliott saved 2,344kg CO2 from 92 pledges
Sinead is hitting the big 50 this year so she decided to make it a year of doing challenges: mud runs, triathlons and bike rides galore. She started it off in full swing with 10k on a very wet and windy New Year’s Day, completing it in a fantastic 55 minutes and 16 seconds. You can follow her ‘Halfway to One Hundred’ challenge blog here. We have a feeling this won’t be the last we hear of Sinead!
Sinead saved 1,344kg CO2 from 35 pledges