Move It of Fuse It
I always hit those days when it’s easier to plop down on the couch and call it a day instead of getting up and exercising. I’ve made my goals but somehow I still struggle to find time. I learned you don’t find time for this, you make time. I schedule a time for my workouts everyday. I don’t plan things at those times unless I absolutely have to. I use to plan what I was I going to do on each day but as Spondy that was not practical. I never know how I’m going to feel so I decide in the moment what will work. Some days it’s a simple stretch routine and others it’s an intense cardio burst. It doesn’t matter what it is as long as I do something. I’ve promised myself at least something every day. I have a list of excuses to not work out so I may as well have one for why I should work out. Every time I’m attempting to talk myself out of it I look at why I should and remind myself how much better I’ll feel after.
I designed this blue ribbon for Ankylosing Spondylitis years ago after coming across the Apple A Day project Jenna began. I think it helps our awareness ribbon stand out from the others. Do you have an artistic side you’ve put towards awareness?
Fighting Inflammation In The Kitchen
Grilled Salmon with a Pineapple, Mango, and Strawberry Salsa