In an effort to force myself to get my 2016 tax paper ready to drop off at the tax preparer’s office, i skipped the three-hour exercise investment yesterday.
Normally, i hand over all my receipts and have the tax preparer tally and categorize all the expenses.
This year i decided i should have a better understanding of my costs; how much, when i spend, and where the money goes.
So i did it myself yesterday.
What an incredible experience.
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Skipping a day of exercise is an easy thing to do. In fact, it’s actually one of the easiest things to do. How do I know? Because I did it yesterday.
It was easy.
Just don’t go to the gym. How hard is that? It’s not.
However, the intent was to pick up our son at school and head to Gold’s Gym like we commonly do. The reason I really wanted to go is because I hadn’t been in four days.
Too much time in between workouts does several things:
- Too much rest negates previous efforts
- Too much rest makes us lazy
- Too much rest makes it easier to skip
Skipping a day of exercise is an easy thing to do. When it comes to taking care of yourself, are you an example or a warning?