It’s not about excuses, it’s about priorities
When it comes to exercise everyone talks about not making excuses. I prefer to be a positive person, and not focus on the negatives. When I write my list each day I prioritize. I mark my checklist with numbers 1-3. I do all the ones first and then move to the 2s. What gets done first is the 1s, right? Well most people do not make exercise a 1. Why? Not because they are making excuses or because they are lazy. It’s because they have a million things to do and not enough time to do them all. However, for me, my health and my body come before everything else. When I exercise I am happier and do better at getting things done. While it might seem like the other items on my list are more important, everything is as important as you make it. At the end of the day, I don’t want to be known as the girl who ran circles around her dishes and laundry — that’s always going to be there. I want to be girl that has a great body because she puts herself first.
If you want to have a healthy body, you need to put yourself first. Make your body and your health a priority. Doesn’t it make sense?