Try Not to #Worry. Worrying Takes…


Today’s Challenge: Try not to worry. Worrying takes away all the good in your life right now.

I had to learn this lesson while I was trying to save my Pug from cancer. (She’s still doing great!) I’ve also had to learn this over the years while going through major life changes. Easier said than done. I’m going through another life transition… they just keep coming… I don’t like change…ย ๐Ÿ™‚ But this time, I’m using exercise to help me get through it. I figure worry is nothing but pent-up nervousness, frustration and fear of the unknown–basically, worry is nervous energy that needs to be released. A walk helps, lifting weights even better, but today I’m going to try to go for a run…ย This should be interesting! LOLย I’m not much of a jogger, but I have the need to run off some of thisย sad, negative energy. I’m hoping I can do a half mile to start. Wish me luck! ๐Ÿ™‚

17 thoughts on “Try Not to #Worry. Worrying Takes…

  1. Wishing you luck, I am so happy your pug is still with you. I battle worry and stress daily not just my job but my 14 yr old pug who is in poor health. I am not a runner but now that the weather has warmed a bit I am feeling the need to at least get out and walk. Hoping you feel better and are able to work through the anxiety,


  2. Not anxiety… just normal life stuff we all go through. It’s what makes life exciting and challenging. ๐Ÿ™‚
    I was able to get that run in yesterday and it was amazing! Yay!
    I’m so happy my pug, Shorty, is cancer free. She went through 3 surgeries to remove tumors and her third one was her last. I will not put her through anymore. She’s a tough little pug and the love of my life! ๐Ÿ™‚ I pray I have my pug 14 years, she’s 9 now. Like you, I would be worried and stressed, too. I lost my 18 year old cat several months ago and that was very hard. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ But now she’s no longer in pain and she’s my angle… I love when she visits me in my dreams at night. Have a great weekend and give your pugs a hug from me and Shorty. ๐Ÿ™‚


  3. LOL. You’re right, I don’t want to speed up the process… I went for my jog and did some yard work, I’m feeling much better–calm, relaxed and ready to take on anything. ๐Ÿ™‚


  4. When I taught Kung Fu, we would do demonstrations – and the students would be nervous and anxious, and I would always say – “You don’t need to be nervous, you have prepared and trained hard, just trust your training” Then I would add, “and if you make a wrong move, nobody in the audience knows – just do it with confidence”


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