Does it Really Matter to You?

“I don’t have time”, ”I’m tired”, “I can do it later”, were just a few things I’d tell myself when I thought about working out.

But in reality they were just excuses cloaking the fact that working out wasn’t a priority. I didn’t want it enough.

I said I wanted to be fit, but I didn’t stay consistent enough or do anything different to make it happen. Actions will always speak louder than words.

Do you use excuses to avoid doing things that would benefit you?

Published by Sarah C. Gilbert

I help ladies eat better and workout consistently. I'm married to my high school sweetheart; we were in a long distance relationship for 8 years before getting married, and even now are still occasionally in a long distance relationship. I love sunshine/warmth, cute dogs, working out, motivational quotes, spending time with my husband, and cooking. Follow me on Instagram: @SarahGilbertFitness

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