"The worst outcome is better than wondering"... Feeling so inspired by "Almost" by Your World Within. How many times have you almost done something? What has almost held you back from? What would be different if you actually did everything you almost did? I was almost going to be a journalist. I was extremely passionate about sports, health, and fitness, and I wanted to tell everyone about it. I was a declared journalism major entering college, and I left with a degree in elementary education instead... all because I was scared of failing. I was scared of the competitive market as newspapers were struggling and downsizing. I was scared of the overall fast pace and expectations of the field. So I got a degree in what was comfortable and familiar. I'm a natural with kids, everyone has always said. And 3 years into my teaching career, I found myself completely miserable and unfulfilled. But instead of doing something about it, I concluded that my life was set in stone. I had a degree in teaching. I had a good, reliable job. That was it. And I spent another 3, long, tear-filled years telling people I almost became a journalist, dreaming of what I wish my life could look like. Then one day, I woke up. And I didn't walk my way into the health and fitness industry. I fought my way in. It took 7 months and countless 18 hour long work days, but I am now 11 days away from being on the other side of almost. From now on, I get to tell a different story: I almost didn't chase my dreams, but then I fahking DID! If you're looking for some support, advice, or just conversation about taking that leap you've always wanted to take, please DM me!