Why I Run ~ By Jillian Locke

Why I Run ~ By Jillian Locke

Today is an AWESOME day!!!! My first article in elephantjournal.com has officially been PUBLISHED! This is a huge step for me ~ I’ve been really wanting to get into health and wellness writing for a LONG time now. It’s the primary reason Istopped writing for The Pulse – I needed to find my voice again and start writing from the heart.

I’m submitting weekly articles to elephant journal in hopes of becoming an official weekly columnist, so please, share, comment and enjoy my first OFFICIAL post! XOX!


Why I Run. ~ Jillian Locke
Why I Run. ~ Jillian Locke
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2 thoughts on “Why I Run ~ By Jillian Locke

  1. I thought I leave a note. I am just starting to run, and I love how it seems to bring more clarity into my life. So when I read your article on running a while back on elephantjournal, it was timely, and I think I know how you feel. I’m struggling with my inherent knee issues – in fact, it kept me from showing up for my first 5 K run. My family tells me to stop running because of my bad knee, but I don’t want to stop. I don’t want to just give up. I believe I just need to work on building up strength.

    I just read “It’s Just a Matter of Time” – and I find myself nodding to it. I agree. We have to allow time to let things unfold.

    Hope to see more of your writing soon.

    1. Thank you SO very much for your note – I can’t even begin to express how happy I am that you’ve found some inspiration in what I’ve written. We all have our own battles, our own struggles to push through, and knowing that someone else has gone or is going through something similar can really be a game changer. Receiving such a positive response from you is even further fuel for my fire – to keep sharing, even the most personal material.

      Again, thank you, and good luck in your running journey! Remember to rest when you need it, but always get back up – you’ll be surprised what your body and mind are capable of!

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