Back when I started my Instagram account 2.5 years ago I made a promise to myself, and later to the IG world at large, that I would remain transparent. I’d take you through the highs of training, as well as the lows. With that being said, it felt imperative that I share on here the struggle I’ve had with running these past 2 months.
Stop comparing your current self to yourself at a different stage in your life. Comparison is the thief of joy.…
Happy hump day, all! Last week on my Instagram stories I asked for input on what you’d like me to write about next. I had a few respond to the question via the stories and a few others reach out via DM with some ideas. And one of the trends I noticed was women wondering how I managed to run consistently while also working full time and raising 3 kiddos, while also managing the inevitable mom guilt.
You know what can make or break the trajectory of your success? Confidence. The confidence to know that you’ll nail a workout. The confidence to set a big, scary goal and just *know* that you’ll get there. The confidence to own who you are and the choices you make. The confidence to ask for what you need.
Some days are hard. And I don’t mean just running. You know those days when you wake up and by the time you’ve brushed your teeth you feel the stress of the day crashing over you already? Sometimes it manifests as a tough day at work. A lot of times it leaks over into my run. And those really bad days? I’m still feeling off when I’m spending time with my family in the evening.