I wish I could tell you that my legs’ vigor has returned.
I wish I could tell you that I’ve been waking up at 4:15 no problem.
I wish I could tell you that I’ve found balance between work, life and running.
I wish I was making all of my workouts and feeling stronger after each one.
I wish I knew what I was doing with my life.
But then I wake up.
Everyday I find myself wishing I could do more. Eat healthier. Be stronger. Run faster.
Then something hits me (and it usually happens while I’m listening to my “relax” iTunes mix).
I need to stop wishing.
I am healthy and have been so blessed to do so much in my life.
There will always be someone smarter, faster, luckier, stronger than me. That’s life.
Instead, stop wishing and start living.
This is who I am. This is what I have. And it’s fantastic.
With time, my legs will get stronger. With time, I’ll get faster. With time, my future will come together. And all the while, my fiancé and family will love me regardless.
Stop wishing. Start living.
Won’t you join me?