- Working out
Everyone knows that you should get some exercise every day, but finding time to do it is difficult. That’s one of the issues every contestant on The Biggest Loser complains about. What time do you cut into to make the time? Time with the family? Work? Sleep? There is only a finite amount of time in each day.
I do pretty well with daily exercise, and sometimes I even work out twice a day. But I rarely read daily, or craft daily, and I sure don’t blog daily (my last blog was…2 weeks ago?!)
I should write daily. Every piece of writing advice says this. But I don’t. Actually, right now, I can’t remember the last time I wrote something creative. Within the last two weeks, certainly, but within the last week? I don’t think so.
I recently thought, you know, I want to do each of these things daily. Surely there’s time for that somewhere, right?
Where does my time go, and when can I carve out some time to do the things I’m supposed to do? Maybe if I stopped showering, or cut my sleeping down to four hours a night, maybe then I’d have time. A teleporting device would sure come in handy, I could easily get an extra 3-4 hours a week by not having to drive.
What’s sad is, I don’t even have kids I can blame it on. I can’t say, “I have to pick the kids up from soccer practice, make them a snack, help them with their homework, get them bathed and put to bed.”
So how is it they can do it, and I can’t?
Is it that I have to choose? I only get one thing of those five? Then what’s it to be? Write? Or work out? Read, or blog?
I don’t want to choose – I want to do it all.