Motivational Monday

Lace Up And Dream Big!

I have said it before. But I will say it again. It doesn’t matter what you do to be active. The important thing is you are active in some way. Ideally a couple times a week. For me, running is my solitude. My happy place. My impossible that has become possible. And my reason to believe everything I see in my dreams will become reality. So lately when I lace up my running shoes it hasn’t been about how far I have gone. How fast I have gone. Or how far I need to go. No. Lately running has been about my love of running. The fact I can run. And seeing the hearts in nature that I believe, have lead me to where I am today.

So today. And every day. I am asking you to find your happy place being active. I don’t care if that means you take a 15 minute or a one hour walk. Attend a Yoga class. A Zumba class. Run one mile or seven. Just find what active means to you. Lace up and dream big. And I promise you. Your impossible will become possible.

How was your weekend? Mine was so-so, a migraine made things extra challenging.

Are you having a good Monday so far?

Have you found a heart yet?

Until next time, always be true to yourself and think like a boss!

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14 thoughts on “Motivational Monday

  1. Yup! I would do anything to run right now! 🙂 So, lace up and hit it for me, will ya?

    I have taken a two-day hiatus due to being sick. Riding my bike and walking on the treadmill was just wearing me out. Tomorrow I RIDE! 🙂

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  2. Thank you for mentioning yoga 🙂 That is my escape while getting in shape 🙂 Although I need to walk more. I can’t run, at least not for any length of time, but I love to walk and you’ve reminded me that I just need to take the time to do it!

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    • Yoga is so important for the body and mind, I know for me it’s improved my running, walking and more! I feel so much better when I make the time to do something active everyday even if it’s something small 🙂

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