And on a grand scale, running is helping me to learn my physical limits

It’s physically impossible to be out-of-tune with yourself when you’re running. You have to listen to your body. And this self-awareness is carrying over into other areas of my life, whether it’s just recognizing when I’m too tired and need an extra half-hour of sleep, or eating what I’m really craving instead of stuffing my face.

Yep. I think I’ll stick with this for a while. Join me. The water’s fine.

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  1. I absolutely love this post! Running make you feel like you can fly and my favorite part about it is the self-awarenss it brings.

    This sort of self-awareness–knowing my limits and my strengths gives me courage to face life’s adversities…what about you?

    Running is addicting, especially that state of mind, but I currently have an injury…what do you suggest and how do I mentally get through this without the regular surge of endorphins from my morning run?

  2. Running has took me from a size 18 to a size 10 in 90 days. This was also in addition to a change in my eating habits.

  3. running is awesome i do it at the gym well because i have allergies but i still wanna stay in shape so yeah

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