Thursday, January 4, 2007

Inspiration

As I mentioned in a previous post, I keep inspirational quotes posted around the house. They aren't all related to fitness (although some are). They mostly focus on things like motivation, goals, and achieving success. I use them to inspire me during my pursuit of fitness, but I also use them to inspire me to fulfill all my dreams.

So, every once in a while, I think I'll post one of my inspirational quotes. Maybe they'll help inspire you, too!

This first one is directly related to running, and I snagged it from someone at CoolRunning.com ages ago. (Sorry, I don't know who to credit!)


"Nothing's worth that," the naysayers laughed. "The crack of dawn! The bitter cold! The pouring rain! Nothing's worth that at all!"

"Obviously you don't know me, then," the woman said. "For if you'd did, you'd know I am."


8 comments:

Kellie said...

oooohh, that is so good...

Thanks and keep em coming. I do the same thing and try to share them at times.

Lola said...

Love your quote. I'll have to remember it next time I am going running it's dark and rainy !

Road ID - I realized after I could have done the animal tag thing as well.

Have a great weekend.

Cory said...

I love that quote. Just so you know, I'm stealing it!

Tee said...

This quote was great!!!

We are all worth it...and more. I like the idea of you posting quotes from time to time.

Let me get my journal out lol!

Tee :}

Tigerlilly said...

I love it... and although I dont run, it is still a quote to apply to everyday life!! Thanks.. and I cant wait for the next one!!

Tigerlilly said...

....one more thing...

Poppy mentioned in her blog that you are an author? I too am in the middle of writing my first novel.. I would love any adivce you can offer...

whereistigerlilly@yahoo.com

thanks!

Michelle @ The 2007 Challenge said...

That's exactly what I'm talking about! We ARE worthy and we DESERVE to take care of ourselves! Thanks for sharing that quote! Have a great weekend!

Regina said...

I love that quote! I am starting an outdoor 6am bootcamp this Monday and have heard lots of people say similar things to me. I fear the bitter cold and darkness, but I can't wait to do it.