August 22, 2018
Do you feel stressed out and tired when you get home from work, don’t feel like playing with the kids, or walking the dog etc? Maybe you’ve had a hard day’s shopping, it’s cold and wet outside, and you just want to slip into a hot bath and DO NOTHING for the rest of the evening. Sounds lovely…
You’re not alone, most people, including me, just want to crash out on the sofa in front of the TV and RELAX… But did you know, a little moderate exercise first, can actually make you feel better than just stretching out on your sofa or in your bath.
If you can spare 30 minutes for a little exercise, 4 or 5 days a week, you will be amazed at how invigorated and sharper you feel, both physically and mentally! If you’re not used to any exercise at all, start with 15 minutes and work your way up. Don’t hurt yourself.
Some of the benefits of regular exercise include a more positive mindset, a confidence in your ability to achieve more, and a general feeling of energy and “wellness”.
I know, you haven’t got time today because you’ve got dinner to cook / you’re going out with friends / there’s my favorite TV show on tonight… So try it in the morning! It’s very easy to talk yourself out of making that initial effort and actually starting to get fitter, “tomorrow” turns into “next week”, which turns into “next month”, and so on until a year later, it might be a forgotten resolution.
Here are some suggestions to get you going…
You owe it to yourself to enjoy your life more (which you will), feel positive (you will), and feel far healthier, active, and younger (you will)… You just need to make that first step… AND START!
Kay Patterson lives in semi-retirement in Spain and promotes self-help and healthy living programs such as these found here: [http://www.needtofind.org/]
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