"She just didn't pace herself
but it's difficult for these athletes to know not to go too quickly when someone passes them.
She wants to do everything, but Prince Harry is encouraging her to pace herself
THE pregnant Duchess of Sussex was back supporting competitors in the Invictus Games after being urged by her husband to pace herself
during their gruelling 16-day Pacific tour.
The comment didn't sit well with Dorinda, who denied being dependent on alcohol and instead insisted she just needs to pace herself
Merry is not used to having to pace herself
but enjoyed the experience of helping others.
She is also careful to pace herself
for long days: Mayeux never jumps into class or rehearsal without checking in with her body first.
She is learning to pace herself
in many aspects of her life, among them, avoiding overindulgence.
She is careful to pace herself
now, however, yet age shouldn't be a barrier to work, she says.
"She was very disappointed to finish fifth in London at the Olympics but she used that experience to help pace herself
Fatigue is one of the worst symptoms and your daughter should learn to pace herself
, breaking big jobs into manageable steps that can be easily accomplished.
London Evening Standard/London The Queen is poised to quit long-haul travel at the age of 87 so she can "pace herself
" as monarch, senior Buckingham Palace sources revealed yesterday.
"She's learning how to pace herself
. She's not afraid to go out and try something different and fail."
She has to pace herself
to avoid the bouts of fatigue and depression which can follow over-exertion.
from the first day she picked tasks that made the most sense to learn, like how to pack her gear, be part of a security patrol and pace herself
. She didn't want to burden her squad, which soon nicknamed her "Little Foot" because of her stature and foot problems.
I've learned that a California gardener must pace herself
differently from one who grows plants, as my mother did, in a place like New Hampshire.