When you go through change in life you tend try new crazy things. Maybe you have an experience like this.
I remember when I became a single mom, I needed something to do on the night my kids were visiting their Dad, so I decided to try one of those HOT exercise classe, where’s it’s 104 degrees in the room for 90 minutes. It’s crazy.
I remember telling my therapist how much I loved it, and that the goal was just to stay in the room the whole time, to not give up.
She said, “sounds a lot like your life.”
Maybe that’s why this woman did this, just a guess. They call her an Adventurer, Felicity Aston, just became the first woman to ski solo across Antarctica.
She hauled two sledges around crevasses and over mountains into endless headwinds, pushing onward and onward for 59 days in near-total solitude, and covered over 1-thousand miles.
First thought in my head, “WHY WOULD ANYONE WANT TO DO THAT!” I searched online, but couldn’t find the answer, but, I did find out what she learned.
She said, "If you can just find a way to keep going, whether you're running a marathon, facing financial problems, or it's tough at work…if you can just find a way to keep going, then you will discover that you have potential within yourself that you never realized. Keeping going is the important thing, persevering, no matter how messy it gets. Because at some point in the future you'll look back and just be amazed at how far you've come.”
Know what she means. I’m there now.