I’ve been really bad about exercising

I’m really disappointed in myself. I’ve recently made a goal to do more exercise, and I haven’t followed through on it. I need to, now that I am on this new med that makes you pee out glucose and extra calories. It says in the side effects that exercise is essential to keep your heart healthy. So I just need to do it. No procrastinating. No I’ll do it later, or tomorrow, etc. I just need to get off my ass and do it. And I will. Starting today. I am going to try to walk on my treadmill every day this week. I can do this. Does anyone else do regular exercise, or want to be my exercise buddy and keep me on track?

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

10 thoughts on “I’ve been really bad about exercising”

  1. Hey hey, we learned in exercise occupational therapy that 1 min is better than 0. The smallest step then build up instead of dumping hate on yourself if you can’t do every day. Our nation has a high eating disorder rate because of how kids were forced into exercise through shaming school programs.

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