Thanks for visiting my site! To keep things brief, I’m Beth Heddle, a Qualified Sports & Exercise Nutrition Advisor and Award Winning Freelance Blogger based in Surrey & Birmingham, UK.
I’m currently 20 and alongside studying Biomedical Science BSc at the University of Birmingham I’m a runner, fitness fanatic, enthusiastic gluten-free foodie, peanut butter freak and freelance blogger. I have a dream to travel the world (New Zealand and Tanzania are on the bucket list) and spend my life taking photos and eating brunch.
My life wouldn’t be what it is today without my Christian faith, loving family, amazing array of friends and most supportive boyfriend on earth.
Here are a few questions that I get asked on a regular basis:
Q: Why do you run, I hate running?!
A: I found my love for running around the age of 16 after joining my local athletics club. I initially started running once/twice a week and soon found myself racing and starting to enjoy the mud. Since then, I’ve never looked back (even through the injuries!!).
Q: Why do you follow a gluten free diet?
A: I’m a Coeliac and have been all my life, aka I’m gluten intolerant and, believe me, it’s horrid when I accidentally eat gluten (which doesn’t happen often at all).
Q: Where are you based?
A: At the moment, during term time I am based in Birmingham, whilst during the holidays I live in Surrey.
Q: Why don’t you drink?
A: I get asked this question soooo often. I don’t drink because I can’t face the thought of getting out of control or doing something I regret. I am the type of person that eats a lot of something if I like it (peanut butter *cough*) and therefore I just stay away from alcohol.
Q: If you had to travel to once place in the world, where would it be and why?
A: New Zealand. I absolutely love being outdoors and spending weeks in the mountains is my dream – I could spend hours scrolling through photos on Instagram of New Zealand wishing I was there ….
Q: What are your post-university plans?
A: As a typical uni student, I’m going to say I’m not totally sure, but something to do with food, fitness, running or marketing – I’m not sure I could ever leave the community I’ve have so much fun being a part of.
Q: What is one thing you would say to your younger self?
A: Oo this is a hard one. I’d probably have to say just be yourself – don’t try and do things because everyone else is doing them, you should be proud of your individuality.
Hopefully those questions have you a bit more of a insight into what I’m like, take a look at my previous work here. Feel free to drop me a message through Instagram or email me at: email@example.com, I’d love to hear from you!