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My overwhelm story

I used to suffer incredibly from overwhelm. I was always biting off more than I could chew, and then collapsing under all the weight of my responsibilities. My whole life was a constant struggle in the cycle of feeling awesome, dealing with increasing anxiety, and then falling into a deep depression.

I always knew that exercise helped me to manage my mental health, so one day I decided I’d prove to myself just how strong I could be. I decided to run a marathon. It was a long road, but I asked for help. I had a great coach, a dietician, and great support from my friends and family. And I chipped away at my training, and increased my kilometres. Slowly but surely, I put one foot in front of the other, over and over and over again. Finally, in July 2016 I crossed the line at the Gold Coast Marathon. And I’m proud to report I ran the entire race.

Something switched in my brain that day, and I realised that I truly can do anything I set my mind to. It has left me feeling stronger, more empowered, and more confident than ever before.

I want to help other women feel that way too. We don’t all want to run a marathon, but we all have those big things we want to achieve. So I ask you: what’s your marathon? And what’s stopping you from putting one foot in front of the other to achieve that goal?

You can learn more about my marathon journey here.

And you can learn more about me, and my partners in Champagne, Gillian and Raels, here.


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