When I ask people what they'd like to do for their own happiness projects, they often say something like, "Exercise more regularly." Exercise is very important for health and mood, and everyone knows this-and yet it's often tough for people to stick to an exercise routine.
I think that one mistake is to choose a form of exercise based on a) what your friend recommends, b) what kind of change to your body you want to see, or c) what is the fashionable form of exercise. It's helpful to consider these factors, but in the end, we're far more likely to stick with an exercise routine that suits our nature and our schedule. If you're struggling to exercise regularly, this is not the place to fight your nature! If you've been a night person all your life, vowing to get up at 5:00 a.m. to run isn't very realistic.
Ask yourself these questions, and when you're done, think about what kind of exercise routine would suit you best:
1. Are you a morning person or a night person?
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