I struggle with certain aspects of my time management. Specifically, I have gotten into the habit of doing my workouts in the evening, after I get home from work. Lately though there just seems to be far too many days when I missed a workout. Some of them were because I had a really nasty migraine, and there is just no getting around being sick. Some were due to unexpected life events-not much you can do to anticipate them by definition.
But I have had a lot of days like today. Too many, to be honest. I have a church meeting that starts at 6:30 PM, and will run a couple hours. It will be rather late by the time I get home, well past my normal workout time. Even so I’m going to do a short workout just so I’ll have done something today instead of skipping it altogether.
From now on when I have days like today coming up in my schedule, I must be better about compensating. The best solution would be to get up a bit early and do my workout at the start of the day. I’ve tried in the past and I can honestly say that I truly am not a morning person.
The thing is, I have decided that this is no longer acceptable. I am going to establish a habit of getting up at 5:00 AM and getting in a workout in the morning. I don’t recall where I read it but I did once read that it takes 21 days to establish a habit. So for the next 3 weeks, I’m habit building!