januaryIt's January. Sigh.
It's also the most common time for health and fitness resolutions - until February, of course, when you can't remember why the hell you gave up carbs.
But it doesn't have to be hard this year. Your fitness goals should be less like unattainable milestones and more like a daily commitment to being your best, bitchin' self. Here are some things to consider when you're tempted to ditch your workout for a bag of salty Kettle chips:
You Brush Your Teeth and Shower Daily. (Don't you? If not, that's gross.) Point is, you have time to do these things because they are a necessary part of life. Regular fitness can - and should - be the same. Think of it as something akin to getting dressed in the morning, not a daunting, must-do task that will result in shame and blame if you don't complete it.
timeThere is Always Time. Cut the crap, honey. You can stick to a fitness resolution no matter how many emails are sitting in your inbox. Fitness does not have to happenRead More »from Renewing Your Resolutions