10k A Day in May | The Yorkshire Dad of 4

19 Day. 129 miles. Why?

Some 19 days ago I decided on a whim to run 10k (6.2 miles) every day in May to raise money for Versus Arthritis. Now, as I approach the two-thirds point of the challenge I thought I’d drop a little update. Before I launch into the trials and tribulation of running 10k every day I […]

The pile of shame | The Yorkshire Dad of 4

The Pile of Shame

It is there in the corner of the room. Staring at you. It’s glare burning into the back of your head as you turn to avoid eye contact. There’s no escaping its presence any longer. You have to acknowledge it. The runner’s pile of shame! Though it pains me to admit it, this is something […]

I needed a rest | The Yorkshire Dad of 4

I Needed a Rest

If you happened to read my blog post from yesterday then you will have seen that I was feeling a little jaded. Work, life and trying to jump into a challenging marathon training plan was getting to me a bit. The issue I was having with the plan (apart from simply having to follow one) […]

Domain Authority 2.0 - Thanks for Nothing Moz | The Yorkshire Dad of 4

Domain Authority 2.0 – Thanks for Nothing Moz

For any blogger wishing to monetise their blog through paid guest posts, collaborative posts or general sponsored posts in some way such as gifting, Domain Authority is vital. Prospective collaborative partners with check your score and assess whether you are worthwhile working with. So, the higher your score the better your chances. What is domain […]

My Issue With School League Tables | The Yorkshire Dad of 4

My Issue With School League Tables

You may have seen in the news this week that the latest secondary school league tables have been released. While it’s interesting to see the data in this table and compare school, for me they are flawed. That’s why I take absolutely no interest in them when it comes to my daughters’ educations. Education is […]