First things first

It has been more than a week since I moved my running/walking to evenings. And it has not worked out well. I used to be a lot more regular in the mornings. On thinking about it, here is why.

By deciding to go for running on any evening, I become heavily dependent on how my day goes. If I get done with work on time, and if I am energetic and in good mood by the end of the day, and if I don’t have any errands to run, and if I am not hungry by the time I get home, I can go for a walk or run around the block. You see the problem? If any of these conditions are not favorable, I skip my workout for the day.

On the other hand, in the mornings, the only condition for a jog is that I get up early, and that’s it. Even if the day turns out to be as hectic as it can be, I already get my daily dose of exercise before it gets busy.

Actually, this attitude holds true for any important task or project. If you have multiple things on your to-do list, pick up the most important ones and complete them first. For example, at work, try to complete the most important task at hand before even checking your email. You never know if you will get another chance of taking a look at it again that day.

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