Tired, But Glad


This morning I went to the gym…at 8:00 am. In my opinion, that is too early to be going to the gym on a Saturday morning (especially after working a full week and being busy all but one night), but I did it. As I lugged myself out of bed I reminded myself that I was going to be glad I did it later.

I had to go early because my husband needed to go to the school for a while today and we had plans all afternoon and early evening. So, it was either go early for some good cardio or not go at all today.
As I was on the elliptical, being amazed that other people go out at that hour just to exercise, I remembered that Diane at Fit to the Finish gets up to walk even earlier on Saturdays as well. Whew. I don’t normally sleep in really late, but I enjoy sleeping in until around 8:30 or so on Saturdays and having my coffee at a leisurely pace.
Of course, when I was done I was glad I went. :o) I’m still glad I went. And if I had to do it again, I would.
Because I know I’d be glad I did it when it was all over with. πŸ™‚
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6 Responses to Tired, But Glad

  1. Larkspur says:

    Awesome, Leah! Good for you!

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  2. Diane is amazing and a great example. I'm trying to get up early and work out. It's so hard for me, but I find I'm always glad I did it (when I actually do it πŸ˜› ) If I wait like I did Saturday, it doesn't get done.

    Good going!

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  3. Pam says:

    Congrats! There is a real sense of accomplishment when you do something you NEED to do but don't really WANT to do, isn't there? Great job!

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  4. Syl says:

    I left you a little award on my blog under yestedays post πŸ™‚

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  5. I think it's wonderful that you got up and went early. Getting up early isn't for everyone, but as time has gone by I really savor the early morning quiet and the feeling of getting a lot done before everyone else is even out of bed.

    Congratulations Leah!

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