I just got back from vacation.
As a family, we spent two beautiful weeks in the Dominican Republic. Aside from sibling rivalry (picture two normally beautiful children making every effort to drive the other one crazy) the trip was refreshing.
We visited friends and family.
There were laughs and smiles on the beach.
There were adventures! I punched fear in the face. TWICE.
First, there was the zip line 50 feet above a 90-foot deep lagoon.
Next, on a whim, I went paragliding for the first time.
I enjoyed each of these activities immensely. But, in all honesty, I didn’t want to do either of them before I started. Oh, there was part of me that wanted to but there were 1,000 other voices in my head telling me no. My knees shook, my heart fluttered, I dreamt up excuse after excuse to not take the leap (literally).
Rather than succumb to defeat I politely but firmly told my fears to shut it. And you know what?
I’m on to bigger fears now. One of them is writing this post. Another is sharing some of my fears…here they are:
- Lose 20 pounds.
- Be more vulnerable with my family.
- Be disciplined about habits I’m trying to create.
- Manage money better and not be afraid of it.
Wishing each of you the best as you face fears and give them a whack!