Don't touch me, cause I'm close to the edge

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There is one constant in life: fear. We all have fears, and as we grow older, those fears grow. We also have hopes and dreams, but those fears are always in the back of our mind. They eat away at our comfort and make it harder to get through tough times. Some fears are hard to admit, too.

To run or not to run?

                                                                                                                                                             Image courtesy of The Fitness Magazine

 Today starts a new summer of trying to become my best self, emotionally and physically. I'm starting to eat healthy and workout more not because I'm trying to look like a Victoria Secret model, but so I can treat my body how it should be treated. While it might seem like being skinny and pretty is super important, I've decided this dedication to fitness isn't about body image-- it's about making sure my body gets what it needs. While I hope my body could be somewhat less flabby (who doesn't), I realized I was looking at my stomach after every meal/workout hoping to see a change. I know that God didn't want us to worry and stress about how we look. We are all beautiful on the inside and worthy of the world.