As Broch has said, buy decent quality equipment. If your garden is big and with a decent amount of work it will be worth it. We have bought cheap garden stuff in the past and ended up having to replace it quickly.
Current play toys here are a spade, shovel, quality wheelbarrow, long spirit...
Managed to stick with my running and still aiming to complete 2020 miles this year. Working from home has helped by not losing time to commuting back and forth to the office. We have also been doing work building a patio so plenty of heavy work there.
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I moved in with my 91 year old dad two years ago and your nutritional ideas vary as well. He goes from healthy to unhealthy within the same day (salad followed by cake) and the quantities vary. Sometimes it is massive plate fulls and the next day it is mouse rations.
Bearing in mind I do a lot...