We looked inside some of the tweets by @BramfordKeri and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Drive to work feeling a panic attack build because it’s not a great place to be. Put @emilychappell’s audiobook on, arrive at work calmer, spend lunch planning a 120 mile ride to my parents. Don’t even need to be on the bike for it to help my mental health.
Listening to Where There’s A Will by @emilychappell whilst getting up with the birds to pedal the turbo. Do I really need to get off the bike and go to work today? Really?
First race in what seems like forever. It’s serious stuff 😂 https://t.co/3UlbPqcaIX
Job hunting ahoy! https://t.co/bXB0xfWFWM
Off on a little adventure this afternoon, MTB around Cannock and (for me) a road ride home https://t.co/WCVppGa1Gg
Tomorrow! A topic that most of us will identify with during these weird times. Cycling and mental health. The good, the bad, the positives, negatives and ultimately, looking after yourself. Tune in at 1pm https://t.co/sMKA0M9jG4 https://t.co/SDGcndQPMe
Looking forward to being on this panel tomorrow! https://t.co/3Qln88R2db
Extracts from the plague diary of Mark ne-Francois-Pepys May 23rd 1665 Up betimes, and for childcare reasons carried the boy Bridgen to Durham where I discoursed with Duke Cummings about a message template for members of the cabinet to regurgitate, that they may further 1/8 https://t.co/SAp8iAkTOC
Our vicar’s dry sense of humour shines through as he signs off the weekly email advertising Sunday’s zoom offering. https://t.co/RMHx1KLCYU
Watched this today. Just blown away by the endurance and beauty of it all. Sweet, sweet suffering https://t.co/LWLVVekutG