It’s sometimes amazing to me that the things that seem new have actually been known forever.  Even Plato knew about the benefits of exercise, but we’re still (…some of us – well, let’s be honest – ME) fighting it.

I know that when I exercise, everything is better.  I sleep better.  I’m less moody.  I have more energy and focus during the day.  I don’t get headaches, or cramps, or other ailments to the same degree.  Yet some days it’s still hard to get off the couch.

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  1. Tell me about it! I specifically set my alarm early to go for a run, but once I woke up, it took me a full half hour to convince myself to actually leave!

    Sometimes for motivation, I like going on Pinterest and finding a fitness poster that really resonates with me (unfortunately, also a really good way to waste time…). Or I’ll start listening to my workout playlist right away, to get me in the butt-kicking frame of mind.

    Good luck on your happiness project! I’ve just started my own as well, and exercise is definitely one of my resolutions!

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