And I’m not talking about the classic movie. I’m talking about the phrase for life.
Obviously, I love working out. I discuss it on here regularly. But the past week or so, I’ve been terrible about it. I don’t even want to tell you the number of times I’ve gone to the gym compared to how often I was going at this time last month.
But here’s why. It’s the end of the year. I’m in LA for only a few more days before I head home for the holidays. I’m trying to continue to do a few last shows while wrapping up several projects while also continuing the major campaign for my web series we’re going to begin filming in early 2014 (Called The Other Client List).
And I’ve learned that when you’re taking on so much- especially when it all reaches a crunch time like it is right now- something’s gotta give. And for me, that’s been working out in the mornings. I was terrible about it last week. And my motivation is low for it right now. I’m still forcing myself to do it- because it’s sooooo good for my mind and body- but it’s a struggle.
And some days, I just don’t flippin’ make it.
And that’s ok. Because everything is a flux. And as long as I am being productive and happy with what I’m doing (and making sure I’m still staying healthy and not just excusing laziness) then it’s all good.
Besides, New Year is around the corner. Perfect time to reset. And get back into a better routine.