Tuesday, October 11, 2016

You Can Do Hard Things

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This week's Bold & Full Wednesday is a reminder we all need...especially heading into the busy holiday season. The story is touching, and something we can probably all relate to. 

You Can Do Hard Things Graphic T-Shirt
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Well, over the last 2 years I’ve learned that I can do hard things… I can almost pinpoint the moment that this light bulb went off. I was at the YMCA, in a BodyPump class. I was pushing myself through a pretty tough set of squats....Anyway, my wonderful instructor Karen always motivates me to keep on going. Through her inspirational yelling at me above the loud music and positive energy in the room, she’s taught me that I can do more than I think. 


So there I was, in pump class, and she yelled something about doing hard things, becoming stronger and better… and then I had this thought, “HECK YA! I can do hard things! This is changing me! And I LOVE it!”. And then as the class went on, my mind continued to think about all the hard things I’ve overcome. I’ve struggled with depression, discouragement, feelings of low self-worth, negative self-talk… all that junk. But it was at that moment that I realized that all the challenges I had gone through had made me a pretty strong person!

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