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We all have our excuses as to why we don't follow through. The one I like to use the most is that "I don't have the time." I can legitimize that one in so many ways. I have 2 jobs. I work long hours. I am a single mother. I have to much other stuff going on.
While those are all true, the things that I have chosen to let consume my life, and give me the excuses that I use, are all about other people or things. Granted, as a single mom, my family is and should be my number one priority. The others, however, shouldn't be what I put before myself. When did I stop becoming so important to me. If I fall apart, everything I work so hard to do everyday will fall apart to. Plain and simple, right? But most of us fail to follow through with what we want to do. It truly is a sad thing.
When did we stop being important to ourselves?
I saw something posted on Facebook yesterday. A one hour workout is 4% of our day. What is so hard about taking that little bit of time in order to become a healthier person? Puts it into perspective. I know that I have started on a change in my life-but I still am working to hurdle over the excuses stage, primarily in the morning when I can't drag my tired butt out of bed.
So-here I put forth this afternoon-
1. I will get up and work out every morning. I won't be the one to use the excuse-I was to tired.
2. I will blog about it to keep myself accountable.
This is the start to my accountability. Now, whats yours?