Refuse to be Passive

Self Imposed Limits

In Life in General on November 19, 2010 at 5:29 pm

This morning I was reading an article on self-imposed limits and the fact that most of them are false. It was a very inspirational article, and made me start to think about where I’ve placed my limits. For example, I used to believe that I’d always be overweight. There is a genetic predisposition to weight gain in my family, and from the time I was 15, I’ve struggled with my weight. Only now, 10 years later, have I truly shed that limitation and decided that maybe genetics didn’t play as much of a factor as what I put in my mouth. I’m now lighter than I was when I graduated high school.

In other areas of my life, it can be seen as well. Where? I’m still thinking about that one.

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