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Run, baby, run

In her motivational column, Hannah Beecham, founder of the Run Every Day movement, encourages us to change the way we feel by being active regularly

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Exercise has transformed my life, and I’m on a mission for you to experience its benefits, too. My relationship with running has changed over the years. At school, it was all about fun; getting muddy on long cross-country challenges. Running in my 20s brought me adventure exploring exotic places, like when I completed the toughest land race in the world in the Sahara. In my 30s, it’s no longer about being the fastest or going the furthest, running is now a way to manage my mindset.

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