If you can yet go on after optimism makes you broke, you will go a long way I promise. – Read on Path.
Two Beers, some chips, more than half a bar of Toblerone, no exercise = Big Binge #Sunday – Read on Path.
On my mission to burn 10, it’s a food change, starting with making more healthy what goes in. First cut - sugar. That means no chocolates, packed juices and alcohol (brilliant! I couldn’t be happier to cut out the drinking). Next - no junking.
Spent the afternoon on a plane, had a sandwich and chips for lunch. Replaced the iced tea or fresh lime onboard with water to cover up for the chips, after a quick light beans on breakfast which was also 33% smaller than what I would usually do.
Played an hour and a half of tennis and had a broccoli soup with eggs for dinner. Earlier in the evening, replaced a jasmine tea with cold coffee. I think that was fairly a good start.
Here’s the problem, tore open the corns on my toes and had a skip a family engagement for which I took an earlier flight in the day. Just when I was to change my tennis playing hours to accommodate gym time and an earlier dinner, this had to happen.
Hoping to recover in about three days and be back on court (and be able to wear shoes).
Btw, after trying my hands at squash and badminton yesterday my tennis game was messed up. Was 0-5 down at 0-40 on serve to someone I would generally head. But, the set continues as it always does when I’m down and fought back to 4-5. Lost my mind to thinking I was gonna win and eventually got beaten at 4-6 on serve after 3 double faults. So, there’s more working on to be done…
Back in the days, spending money made us wealthy. We learned to sing or play musical instruments, play a sport, create arts and crafts, learn from reading, learn to cook and perfect serving, join theater or dance, etc.
Today, spending money makes us poor. It’s spent on shopping, drinking, dining, the movies and getting more occupied with things we don’t really benefit as much from.
Though we live in a social era, one with good hobbies lives a wealthy life and will never walk alone anywhere on earth. More so over, you’ll come across your kind of people and won’t need to look for randomers at bars, kitties parties and online.
So, turn off your TV’s and start to pick up things you love to do. Travel, read, listen, etc. and make your life more worthwhile. The best time to begin is now.