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Monday, August 26, 2013

Morning could be the best time for me to workout. . .but. . . and that's where I get stuck.

I tend to think that I can't get as into it as I'd like because there is a time that I have to stop and get to work- having it contained is good though since I overdo it in the evenings and end up hurt after a couple weeks.

I think I'm hurting to bad today and barely feel like getting to work- it is better for me to workout and crawl back in bed than not and be at work on time (don't tell my boss I said that though :) )

I just want to lay in bed a little longer- and yet I'll still feel as tired 15-20 minutes from now so what good did that do me.

I have too much that I need my energy for today- yet I have more energy when I work out and my house is a wreck so why not get up and clean for 10 minutes vigourously so that it's 2 birds with one stone.

Those are my most common excuses. Just need to stop the habit of them popping in my head in the mornings and ruining my great goals! That's the next step. I can commit to getting up when the alarm goes off and either lifting weights or cleaning for 10 minutes tomorrow. One day at a time.
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    I like the killing to birds with one stone, I do house work a lot and yard work some times too, and I also walk my dog a lot.
    1595 days ago
  • CHERYLA2012
    It is one day at a time. When that seems like too big a time span - I break it down even further until it is manageable for me. Then it's one foot in front of the other.

    As long as we keep in motion, we will stay in motion.
    1608 days ago
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