Right off the bat, I apologize. It’s been more than a week since I’ve written this post.
There are a couple of excuses I could make regarding life changes and other similar impacts. I could also tell you it’s been a busy week.
But, that’s also creating bullshit excuses and not really how I want to do things. So fuck the excuses.
One thing I’ve realized over the years is that’s it’s really easy to make excuses. There are a million and a half reasons to not do something. Life events, family needs, job needs can all get in the way very quickly. Once that happens, it’s okay to let things slide.
For example, we are still in the middle of a pandemic. It’s very easy to say “I can’t go to the gym. I can’t exercise. I’m going to gain weight during the pandemic.” It’s an excuse, but it’s also a logical one to make.
You need to fight the logical excuses here. Logical excuses are bullshit.
True, you can’t go to the gym right now. But, humanity has existed for hundreds of thousands of years. People have stayed fit through humanity and I don’t think gyms were a thing for most of humanity.
Kill your logical excuses by recognizing the other side of the logic. Yes, you can’t go to the gym now, but do you really need the gym to be fit?
I freely admit I made an excuse this past week to not write this case study.
I am sorry for that. Making this excuse was wrong. I was wrong. It won’t happen again.