A concept I am trying to learn.
I have this mind set that if you are going to do something, then go all the way. This isn't always possible, which is why I give up so often.
Exercise being one of them. I either go full force, just about killing myself, or none at all. My nutritionist told me, "little steps". "10 minutes a day is all I ask in the beginning". I can't seem to wrap my mind around that. I hear others say, "Ah, 10 minutes, that isn't gonna do a thing for you!" And I listen to them! I wasn't getting the picture that the 10 minutes was to work on getting me up to 15 mins...then 20 and so forth. (whew, I'm bright) lol
So today I started this new regiment. First, it's hotter then 40 hells here in the south. Walking around outside right now is out of the question. I am sure I would resemble Scarlett O'hara after working in the field. Not a good image (or smell) for my work environment. So I had another one of my brilliant ideas. :) We have 3 stairs cases in our building. One on each end and then one center way. Soooo, I go down stair case 1 on one end, up stair case 2 on the other end, down the middle case, up stair case 1, down stair case 2 and back up the middle case. :) Took a little less then 10 mins. We have two 15 min breaks a day, so I am going to do this on each break. It was tough today.....whew. (and I have only done the rounds once today....ha ha) I figure as I can speed up, I might go for 2 rounds on each break.