Wednesday, 6 May 2009

Creating calmness at work through exercise

Today has been one of those days. Where every other minute seems to pull you in a different direction. And I won't lie, it's been incredibly stressful. But I also feel calmer than usual and I'm blaming it on running C25k v2, day 2 this morning.
Good things to remember:

  • exercise creates endorphins, which make everything seem better
  • when you've used up your nervous energy with a (however short) run, there's less left to obsess over all the minutiae of your day
  • you generally get to work on time instead of lazing about in bed until it's time to already be gone before you get in the shower
  • you eat more healthfully all day so that
  • you don't feel guilty about going to a cheese-and-wine tasting (thanks Mom!) at night
I will say that I was sadly more sore than I should have been when I got going this morning and it took me a bit to get moving, and then overall I was slower than on Monday but whatever I don't care.

2 comments:

Brian said...

Being sore sucks, just rest up! I love the bullet points too hah

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