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Fighting Getting Up in the Morning, like a Stubborn Little Kid!

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Over the last 2 weeks, I have told myself I need to get up in the morning and get some exercise in. I have been attempting to do it in the evening, but things just get in the way and my schedule is crazy.

Anyways...If I did even just a nice 30-minute walk, it would help! But, I find myself wide awake when my alarm goes off, but I don't want to get out of bed. I am seriously a 7-year old kid who is fighting with a parent to "not go to school today." Well, instead of school, it's getting up and working out.

The even crazier thing is, I LIKE to work out! I just really hate getting out of bed! Seriously!!!

Tomorrow is another chance...I'll let you know how it goes! ;)
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    I can never, ever, never get my @zz up in the morning...soooo...I work out late at night...almost up to the last minute because I am feeling guilty enough to want to do something. Like tonight, I just got done at 11:45pm doing the treadmill for 40 minutes. Did I like it? NO. But I needed to get an exercise in today (yesterday I didn't exercise) and will I wake up early tomorrow to do one? No. I am SLEEPING BUT...I will likely do another session later tomorrow afternoon. SO...find some time and get that booty shakin'.

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    787 days ago
  • v RYDERB
    Hope you've been having better luck getting out bed lately. emoticon
    791 days ago
  • v KELAN5
    Just remember that it takes about 21 days to create a habit. You can do this!!!
    794 days ago
    I'm the same way, I can never seem to get out of my bed in the morning. emoticon
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    794 days ago
    I hope you had a good night's sleep ! emoticon
    794 days ago
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