towels. Saturday , October 21st , 2017 - 15:11:22 PM
This happens to me all the time after I get past mile 20 in the marathon. It gets even worse once I hit the point of "nothing helps" -- the pain is awful, I'm exhausted (a deep, deep exhaustion, so deep it makes it difficult to fall asleep for several hours after you're done) and I'm extremely grumpy.
When people realize I walk marathons, one of the questions I frequently get asked is "how did you do it? How did you finish the marathon once you hit the point of 'nothing helps?'"
It is important to position your new towel rail carefully. You will need to make sure it is functional in the room and easy to access. Avoid putting towel rails behind doors as this can block the door from opening properly (particularly once the rail is full of towels). Keep the towel rail as far away from the shower, bath, sink and toilet as possible to keep access to these areas.
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