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Great article I related to.
Still great info on the third read!
You can do anything that you put your mind too.
This may bear repeating daily!
You cab make excuses or you can make progress. You can't make both!
Yeah. Sometimes I loose too.
Interesting article. Would love to see it updated to reflect 2020 reality.
I try to make my goals easier to attain. Being retired, I don't have to get up early to exercise, but my children plan exercise after work, walking to work or at lunch time. I plan dinner early in the day, so I don't start to do it when I am tired and hungry. I can exercise when I feel like it, but earlier than later usually works for me. Often it is outside, which I love, too. I have lots of CD's to use inside when the weather is not good and I want music to dance with, stretch with, etc.
After years of exercise and a good diet, I still ended up in a hospital bed at one point. Illness doesn't just hit the people with unhealthy lifestyles.
I now enjoy exercise and look forward to it. It is not a struggle because I do things I enjoy and change to something else when one thing is not working for me.
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