May 23rd, 2016

[podcast] 5 Things I Have Learned From Running (that can apply to anyone) #021

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NOTES
This week I share five life lessons that I have learned from running that can apply to runners and non-runners alike.

1. You are stronger than you think.
2. Long term goals are the most important.
3. We all have a need for time alone.
4. Planning ahead makes a big difference.
5. Be more grateful.

INTERVIEW
This week I share a fun conversation I had with Mary Lenaberg, who blogs at Passionate Perseverance. Mary shares the good, the bad, and the funny from her perspective as a wife and a mom who is grieving the loss of her disabled daughter Courtney. You will not want to miss hearing about what Mary “shared” with the UPS man. !!!

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I share feedback from listener Amy who connected with me on Voxer. She shares about her happy marriage and mentions Alice Von Hildebrand’s book again: By Love Refined: Letters to a Young Bride. Thank you, as always, for being here. Your encouragement and support of Girlfriends means so much and I am so grateful for your presence here. God bless your week!

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2 comments to [podcast] 5 Things I Have Learned From Running (that can apply to anyone) #021

  • Anonymous

    Woderful segment on running. My son is a runner and he could relate to your advise given to women. These words can be applied to everyobe in all stsages of life but particularly for women and moms who often wear many hats. We have challenges with our marriages and raising kids. Everyday is a race to get to the end. Gpd Bless ypu in yor mission to help and insprire all women in their faith.

  • Thank you for that positive feedback! I am so happy your son could benefit from what I shared. I really do feel that running, and other physical challenges, can teach us so much about life — and ourselves. Thank you for listening and taking the time to comment. God bless you!

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