Why I MSNR: Angela Henderson
March 12, 2020
Why I run. For me. May sound selfish. It’s not. The better I am, the better wife I can be, and the better mom I can be.
I run (without music) to think. It’s healthy for my mental state of mind. My husband and friends will tell you my mind never stops turning. When I run, I start off with a jumbled mess inside my head and by the end my creative juices are flowing and some sort of plan of how to tackle life’s issues begins to materialize.
As a wife, mom and banker, running allows me to step away from the pressure of getting “it” done for 45 minutes (I didn’t say I ran fast). The challenge is making the 45 minute window happen. It’s worth the challenge.
After I run, I can smile –
I have a plan of action for issues,
I burned a couple hundred calories and
my family missed me.
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