The world’s a busy place. Every day, there’s a new obligation that takes time away from the things that matter most. It often seems like we spend so much time taking care of everyone else that we never have time for ourselves.
Stress does bad things to good people. Stress makes people run to the vending machine or to a fast food restaurant after a bad work day. Stress encourages unhealthy habits and prevents people from reaching their potential. Furthermore, stress yields more stress; the more we think about how little time we have, the more stressed we get.
What if there was a way to eliminate this harmful stress and make time for ourselves? What if you could make a commitment to making yourself better in every way?
When you commit to exercise, you’re making a statement about your own self-worth. You’re acknowledging that your time is important, and that you’re going to spend it constructively. Sure, you could stuff your face and watch TV, but what good would that do? Instead, you’ve chosen to make your life better, and that will trickle down to the other people in your life as well.
We all know the benefits of physical exercise – more energy, a positive attitude, the sustained desire to eat healthy and a better sex life. Of course, finding time to incorporate exercise isn’t so easy. But if you can make an appointment with yourself and keep it every day, you’ll have a much better life to show for your efforts.
If you’re a slave to the world and to others around you, you’ll constantly resent those people and things. By taking even one small measure for yourself, you’ll give the best of yourself to your friends and family. Better yet, you’ll be well on your way to a better, healthier life.
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