Typically on Tuesday’s, I have a blog post published on Anthem’s Real Health Blog. The Twitter hashtag is #RealHeath.
I believe that readers here might be interested in what the other contributors and I are writing and vlogging about there.
So I will be providing a link here on A Veteran Runnah, to the posts the day after they are published.
“One of the greatest discoveries a man makes, one of his great surprises, is to find he can do what he was afraid he couldn’t do.” – Henry Ford
We all have tasks that we are afraid to take on. However, those fears can be overcome. It isn’t always easy, but it can be done. I know because I have done it recently. In the last month, I started having feeling a lot of fear and anxiety about the Marine Corps Marathon I am running in October. In taking on those specific fears, I have been able to reduce my overall stress levels.
I will be honest, it is hard to talk about my fears in public like this, it exposes parts of me that are not always flattering, but at the same time, it will help me face my fears in a positive way, instead of hiding them away and allowing them to have more influence over me than they should.