The other night I just did NOT want to take any time to clean the kitchen, but it’s one of “my” chores (we all have our own chores)and I have this personal rule that before I go to bed, the kitchen has to be squared away.
Now, when I say I did NOT want to do it, I mean I really, really, really did NOT want to step even one foot into the kitchen.
I was tired and was counting down the minutes until I could get into bed. I’m sure you’ve been there.
But I knew the kitchen wasn’t going to magically clean itself. And I also knew something else, from past experience – and it’s actually why I’m writing you this message today.
I knew that if I didn’t keep my commitment to myself, it’d be easier to break that commitment again– and again, and again.
I also knew that it would have a ripple effect, making it easier to break other commitments to myself, too.
So I grumbled a...
I’ve got some good news for you today – plus some even better news! This is especially important if you work behind a desk most of the time.
First, do you remember a few years ago, when all the headlines blared that “Sitting is the New Smoking”?
Basically, researchers looked into the health risks of sitting for hours at a time, and the conclusion was that if you sit a lot, your risk of dying was the same as that of a smoker – even if you exercise!
The good news is that while those headlines might have started with a grain of truth, they weren’t 100% accurate.
New studies have shown that while sitting isn’t great for you, it’s definitely not as bad as smoking, according to researchers from Canada, Australia and the U.S. who published a study in the American Journal of Public Health.
Sitting more than 8 hours a day DOES increase your risk of premature death and developing some chronic diseases by...