If you’ve followed my work for any period of time, you know I have a different take on exercise.
I think it’s over-rated and there are too many fundamentalists.
This prevents people from jumping on to the fitness and health train, which has bad societal consequences:
- Inflated health care prices
- Missed work
- Toxic bodies that cause emotional disturbances
- More bad stuff
The way to get a handle on all this is tracking and measuring.
I have two trackers for you.
- The caffeine, alcohol, and sugar tracker. Three vices succumb to most. Track these for 30 days with the goal of reducing frequency/quantity.
- The open ended tracker where you fill in 3 things you want to track. Things that are causing you problems or things you want to do more of.
Both trackers have something on there about time for nightly reflection. Why?
Listen to this: “Every night, sit still and ask yourself, “What have a I done today?” This will help you to see clearly how you can use your time more wisely. If you remember just this one key, you will become a different person.” – Paramahansa Yogananda
Call to action!
Download one of the trackers and get started. Track either the quantity or a yes/no value (as in the case of nightly reflection).
Those on my newsletter getting the heads up about this post, we begin Monday, May 18th, 2020.