How to find your people. From solo to community
When I look back to my younger years, running around my neighbourhood with nothing but myself, my cares and troubles, or my dreams and visions it is hard to imagine the change that would happen within me when I would reach my 20’s and 30’s and find my tribe.
Those years of running solo were a selfish pursuit if I look at it honestly. I ran to clear my head, to de-stress, to stay thin…. too thin. I ran for mostly all the wrong reasons. I didn’t really have the joy that I have now, as I run with so much more freedom in my mind and body and a sense of adventure that I have found, now that I’ve found my community.
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By Craig Sharp, a runner with an incredible, inspirational story on achieving goals and the motivation to be found in running.