Laura was like most people: She wanted be healthier and knew she should exercise, but she didn't know how or where to start.
Unlike most people, though, Laura didn't let that stop her. She didn't let the fact that she's a busy mother of four stop her either. Nope.
Instead, Laura looked her excuses square in the eyes and decided not to let them define her choices. Her story speaks for itself.
Here's what we can all learn from Laura:
When you know you want something, but you don't know how or where to start, reach out for support from people who've got what you want.
Acknowledge that, at one point, these people were probably in a similar spot as you are now. The details of their situation may have been different, but the feelings (overwhelmed, confused, etc.) are the same. Remind yourself: They had to start somewhere too.
"Everyone who got to where they are had to begin where they were." -- Richard Paul Evans