Simple doesn’t mean easy, but simple unequivocably means simple.
Use that to your advantage.
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We either ran yesterday or we didn’t.
We can explain complex things easily or we can’t.
In either case, practice, a compelling desire, focus, and discipline ultimately help us accomplish what we know is important, despite unrelenting distractions.
Keep things as simple as possible. We either exercised a few days last week or we didn’t.
Yesterday a bike rider said he had logged 87 miles in 11 months. Pathetic. Really. If the goal is to be active.
Biking requires equipment. It’s not nearly as safe as other options. It’s not a bad option, just more complicated.
In a moment, this runner is going to go downstairs, out the door, walk to the street and begin running.
Anywhere. Anytime. Alone. With others. Portable. Doable. Shoes and shorts. Go. No excuses.
After daily journalling (blogging) for three straight years (5.7k posts), it just hit me. Even if no one read Mid Life Celebration’s five daily blogs, I’d do it anyway. Unquestionably. Know why?
Insight: If you know why, then I have done my job here.
Life is pretty simple. We all know this to be true, however, we most likely forget.
We really have only two choices when it comes to our health. Focus on it or don’t focus on it.
Which leads us to one more simple truth, and again, there are only two choices here.
Give up trying because it’s too difficult, or never give up trying.
I’ll bet you struggle with this as much as I do. That’s one of the main reason’s Lane 8 exists in the first place – to nourish the people who have chosen the later.