I am most definitely reflecting on the outcomes of taking chances and happy I have trusted my gut enough this past year to take them. Surgery and job changes are just the start. With a life meant to be lived, chances are what keeps us in the moment and happy to be alive, carving out more depth and character.The chances we take don't always work out (ahem, my 45 days stint at an awful job) but you take them anyways and falter or fly...I am beginning to really see that what's most important is how you fly once faltered. You either sit in pain regretting your decision or you dig your way through it.
As my one year hip surgery mark draws near, I believe the sky is the limit. I am so grateful for the countless people that have reached out and found some inspiration in my surgery journey. My purpose and intention for devoting blog space to this is because it's a very hard decision to go through with this surgery and I learned that you have to choose the right surgeon, physical therapist, nutrition, and outlook. I will continue to blog as my one year mark hits then after that...you can find me out on the trails!
In happy hip health-