I really hate to use the reason: I'm busy, but I really had been busy ever since the start of the new year and even missed three weeks of Muay Thai.
Despite late nights, I still make sure I jump out of the bed when my alarm rings at 6 in the morning. My work starts at 9.30 a.m., so I've given myself ample time to get to work(out).
I'm blessed to have a gym at such close proximity to my workplace, and a few co-workers who have made the conscious choice to get fit again so we can all pursue fitness together.
But this morning was different: I woke up on the wrong side of the bed, with zero (or if negative was possible, then negative) motivation to get anything done. All I wanted to do was to continue putting my lazy bum on the bed, laze around, and wait for uhh, that's right you guessed it -- nothing to be done.
And that's exactly what I want to talk about -- why are we always challenged to get things done? Why can't we just heck every decision and just decide to stay at home and do nothing? Why do we need to face the consequences of doing nothing -- because sometimes we just want to stay at home, eat pasta with steamed broccoli, and get nothing done afterwards.
I feel I am quite a hard worker, I give my all in the things I do (at least most of the time). Sometimes when I have nothing to do, I feel uneasy. The irony is, on some days I want to have an empty to do list and just nua.
I'm contradicting myself.