Have you ever had so many things just fall into place that you’re afraid to utter a word about them in case they all come crashing down around your feet?
I get that way. A LOT.
I’m constantly afraid to tell people my goals, my current weight, the finish time of a race, when I’m dating someone, or the kudos and back pats I get on work projects because I’m sure failure is lurking around the corner.
Failure is my biggest fear.
But really, it’s all about that positive attraction dealio and I need to get my head out of my arse, right?
Sure half of what I share with a select few around me ends up not going my way, but so much of it is good. And great. AND wonderful.
Why don’t I want to shout it from the rooftops?
The New Year brought an overwhelming amount of change for me and I’m still trying to digest it. New people, a marathon training schedule, new Weight Watchers program and work projects have all left me a bit spun.
But I can’t bury my head in the sand any longer.
There’s a marathon to finish in May, people who think I’m alright to be around and I need to make time for, articles to write, events to manage and 20 pesky pounds to lose.