Friday, February 19, 2016

The Thing That Drives You To Work Out

Years ago, I enrolled in a gym myself. I wasn't in that stage of a heartbreak. I just felt lame. I didn't have to be on the heavy side to feel that way. I just felt that I was kind of a weakling. I didn't like that feeling. I want to have fun with friends without getting tired easily. I was thinking, "This must be what it's like getting (really) old". And that's scary because I wasn't that old... yet.
How to Lose Weight in 4 Easy Steps

STEP 3½: Try and get your shit together and join a gym. via JASH

Posted by Esquire on Thursday, February 18, 2016

A Little Bit of Inspiration

No matter in what arena, we always have to aim for something.  Our goals are our directions.  Without them, we roam without a purpose.  I don't think we'd like to wake up in the morning without looking forward to something good.  Without a goal, we would probably just stay in bed the whole day (sounds nice) and waste a good day God has given us.

And so, plan something for yourself.  Set goals everyday.  Easy goals.  Big Ones.  It doesn't matter.  What matters is getting something done.  Having even the littlest accomplishment is a big deal for our morale.  We get by when we feel good.

Before going to bed tonight, I set some goals for tomorrow.  I still have those traditional planners.  And I filled up that space for the weekend.  No day should ever go to waste.