Before my hubby leaves for work in the morning, I always tell him, "I'm going to yoga tonight" or "I'm going for a run after work." Once I've told him, I've committed in my mind to going. I know he's going to ask me how it was when I get home, and I don't want to say, "Oh, I ended up not doing it." So, tell somebody your exercise plans for the day--a spouse, coworker, or friend! And have them ask you about it!
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Whenever I get hit by boredom, which is such a silly affliction, I grab my runkeeper or my partner and head off for between 40 minutes and an hour for a walk. We get to hang out together, usually late at night, house hunt, talk and burn off some dinner. Alone I usually put on a podcast and stroll.
I'd bring headphones and a phone/mp3 player if alone, if with somebody, just yourselves and maybe some water!
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