Every time she came down from a box jump, she’d do a little dance in between steps. Beautiful and truly art…but really? Several of the women stared. A couple moaned. One even joked about pushing her off the box. Did I mention that she was right next to me? I was tempted to match her pace, but I didn’t. I could never sustain it.
Strike a chord with you? Come by and read the rest of the article in August’s edition of SIBYL Magazine: For the Spirit and Soul of Woman, written by women willing to expose their souls and share their personal journeys. I hope you find encouragement in my story, Set Your Own Pace, on page 28.
Are you struggling to keep pace with someone today?
2 thoughts on “Set Your Own Pace”
Great article, Tori and so true! Comparing ourselves or trying to keep up with others is a recipe for self-doubt and depression.
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Exactly! Thanks, and Happy Monday, Jill. 😍
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