Good old Facebook memories either have you cringing at your 13 year old self, or reflecting really deeply. This morning I was on the reflecting side. I was reminded of a post from 2013, after our first round at DII nationals for the 4x400. We performed terribly. We were completely doubtful of ourselves and we … Continue reading One Of The First Steps of Healing
I didn't know what to write about this week, so I asked my fiance what would be a good topic and he mentioned how I might be getting close to my 100th post, and guess what? This is actually my 100th post! I figured this would be a great time to reflect.100 posts of self-love, … Continue reading Cheers To 100 Blogs of Self-Growth For You & Me!
Today has been one of those days where I woke up not feeling great, and then looked at my phone to be filled with upsetting news. And from there, it just felt like everything kept making me upset, I kept second guessing myself.It's easy to become consumed in the fact that it seems that other … Continue reading Be Patient With Yourself, You’re Doing The Best You Can
When I first heard about coronavirus, I felt the way many of us felt, that it was sad what was happening but felt too far away to feel real to us or to see that it was a big deal. The classic, "this won't affect me" mindset. Growing up, I always thought mental health problems … Continue reading I Hope This Tough Time Teaches Us That We All Have Mental Health
You've got to slow down to speed up. My coach used to say this all of the time. It seemed counterintuitive because our main goal was to run faster. But in order to run faster, we had to slow down, pause, and focus on the movement and focus on our form. If we were speeding … Continue reading Sometimes We Have to Slow Down, To Speed Up and Reach Our Goals