Again, I am revising this as much for my own motivation as for yours. It is hard to see your previous hard work fly out the window for whatever reason. It's frustrating and can be disheartening to not see the results you want. But you can do it. And so can I.
|Which would you rather have?|
I understand that you may work long hours and you feel guilty for taking an extra hour away from your family to go to the gym. It can feel selfish. Believe me, there is nothing quite like the feeling of mom guilt. My opinion is this, if you have time to stare at your iPhone and check Facebook, and drool over home projects you have no intention of ever completing on Pinterest, then you have time to go to the gym. If you have time to watch every episode of The Kardashians on TV, you have time to go to the gym. If you really want to make a change in your life, you have got to make sacrifices. Cut out a few minutes of another activity that isn't doing you any good, and substitute it with the gym. You don't have to spend a ridiculous amount of time at the gym – plan on 45-60 minutes, three to five days a week. Believe me, you won't miss Khloe and Kim as much as you might think.
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