After dropping off my nephew at the bus stop, I use his Razor to walk the dog around the block. It reminds me that I don't enjoy myself as much as I used to do as a kid. The dog gets to run faster, and I get a better workout.
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I spend more and more time worrying about the little things, when I should really look at what I have. Two great kids, who are my biggest motivators to eat better, do more and relax and play games with them. I keep finding myself wondering what I would do without them, and the answer is simple NOTHING! I keep going because my kids keep going.
I also find it easier to play kickball and run the bases a few times a to keep my energy up all the while playing with my kids at the same time
Play with your pets or your kids. Both can be incredibly energetic and can get you moving. Walk the dog or play with your kitten. Play catch or tag with your kids. If you have a younger dog, playing fetch can really get you moving by chasing and trying to get the ball or frisbee from him. If you h
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