Ready To Get Your Butt In Gear?
Sometimes, the hardest part about starting a new fitness or exercise program or healthy eating regime is the starting part.
You’re busy. I get it. You’re being pulled in 20 different directions with managing a home, work, the kids’ school and extracurricular activities, errands, nurturing and pouring into the relationships that matter most to you, pets and their needs, volunteer activities and trying to figure out when you can squeeze in some time to feed your own self-care and spiritual needs. You’re likely sleep deprived and exhausted. And intimacy? Fuhgetaboutit. You’re burning the candle at both ends and trying to figure out how to attend your kids’ dance recital and honors award ceremony….simultaneously. You’ve got enough on your plate. There’s seriously no time to squeeze in an exercise program.
Or is there?
The truth is, for all of the reasons why you can’t start are the very reasons why you can start. As a result of all the hustle and bustle and to and fro, your life has become one of convenience. Pizza, Hamburger Helper and drive thrus are standard for quick dinners on busy nights. A bag of Doritos and a soda serve as lunch, and a syurpy gourmet coffee and a bagel smothered in cream cheese make for easy on-the-go meals in your car.
Texting is your main form of communication with everyone, especially your spouse. Mindless reality TV and social media serve as your quality “me time” and you feed your spirituality by reading positive quotes on Instagram. And somewhere along the way when your jeans stopped fitting and the bottom of your blouses start playing peek-a-boo with your muffin top, to hide it all you ordered soft, comfy leggings and flowy tunics on Amazon Prime. All convenience. Every bit of it.
But here’s the thing—convenience breeds complacency. You’re comfortable. Nothing is wrong so to speak, so you’re content to keep going at the pace and manner you’ve become accustomed to. You might even pride yourself on having everything under control. But the truth is, complacency can also cause you to turn a blind eye to what lies beneath your organized chaos. If you’re living on junk and convenience food, constantly fatigued, overweight and have little to no sex drive, that’s n
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