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Monday, June 02, 2014

Never put off til later, what you can do NOW.
A friend of mine asked me recently if I was going to walk that day, I said maybe later in the evening,
He said he felt that if you just go ahead and do something early in the morning, you feel better all day and you wont regret it.
Well he was right.
I found that out today, as I skipped my morning walk, my feet were aching and I woke up just not feeling it,
So I made a pot of coffee, and stayed home and did laundry and cleaned and bathed the dog and while I got alot done at home, I ended up missing my walk later in the evening.
It was just too hot, steamy, humid hot.
I waited til nearly 730, but it just wasnt cooling down.
So, I missed my walk, I did get outside in the yard and walk some with the dog.
Not the same.
So I will remember how I felt today the next time I tell myself to skip my morning walk and go later,
And thats really about all for tonight. I am tired, and think I am just going to watch some Netflix and relax.
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    On the other hand exercising in the evening for me is a great way to unwind from the stress of the day.
    2335 days ago
    I know what you mean. I have to exercise by 12:00 unless I am going out to the barn or I end up doing nothing.
    2335 days ago
    I start the day with such grand intentions. Like you, life happens and I get way-laid. Maybe I'll get my act together eventually.
    2335 days ago
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    no basement, i do have an elliptical and i do use it, but walking is sort of my ME time, its as much for emotional sanctuary as it is physical.
    2335 days ago
    Do you have a basement? I've logged many miles walking in mine when the weather is bad.
    2335 days ago
    On the positive side you were physically busy. That counts also. emoticon
    2335 days ago
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