Eleanor Roosevelt Courage Qoute


When Eric and I started making plans to move overseas, I realized the only things holding me back from living life to the fullest were my own fears.  I spent a lot of 2012 addressing and working on my anxiety, my fear of change/the unknown, and my fear of heights.  It was not easy, there were a lot of freakout moments and breakdowns. There were even a few paralyzing times, where I felt fear and anxiety in every square inch of my body. While I’m still learning how deal with and live with my anxiety (it might be a lifelong process) and my journey to busting my own fears is far from over, I discovered courage within myself. I learned how to re-frame the way I think about fear and found out that even when you are terrified of something to the point of feeling immobilized, it is far better just go for it anyway. My life is what is today because of this and I want the same thing for you.

What are your fears holding you back from? The first step in moving forward is naming your fears.  Before you can change it, you have to name it.

I would love to hear from you! Share your fears in the comment section or come on over to Facebook.

So name those fears and make commitment to yourself that starting right now, you will start taking baby-steps towards living life the way you want.

P.S. – I’ve decided to do at least one more 29-Day Challenge sometime this Spring so you are ready to make big changes in your life, sign-up on the wait list below. It won’t be free next time, but it will be very affordable!

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