Using one idea to answer another
Not too long ago, I read a post at BlogHer about a different way to get out of debt. In a nutshell, since concentrating on paying off her debt wasn’t working for the author, instead, she concentrated on making more money. (Focussed on a positive (more money) rather than a negative (less debt).) In this way, she paid off her debt.
I’m fortunate enough that Hubby & I agree on financial matters, and we have no financial difficulties in that way.
But it got me to thinking – I am physically challenged in the fitness category. And when I say challenged, I mean that. I have had foot, knee and hip problems since long before my BMI went over 25. Within the last few years, I’ve concentrated on the negative – removing body fat to alleviate some of the pain. But maybe (as in the link above), I would be better off concentrating on the positive – increasing how much I move.
And then a friend of mine posted this video on Facebook (Oh how I love these videos!!)
Seems I’m not the only one who thinks increasing my movement – however I do it – is of greater benefit than trying to remove the fat.
So that’s what I’ve already started to do. I can limit my sitting and sleeping to 23.5 hours a day, surely?