The other day, I was talking to someone who recently had a guy break up with her because he said that he just didn’t “have time” for a relationship in his life. True, he probably doesn’t have time; however, the fact of the matter is that he just isn’t in to her enough to make the time. Not what we’d like to think, but there really is no denying it.
You see, the truth of the matter is that when something is important enough to us, when it has real value in our lives, we make time for it.
Please don’t tell me that you don’t have time to shop for and cook healthy meals in order to remain on the proper dietary track for your fitness goals. Please don’t tell me that you can’t make it to the gym, or a gym (which could very well be your living room, garage, or basement). And please don’t tell me that you don’t have time to stretch or work on mobility.
Let’s just call a spade a spade: it’s just not that important to you.
If it’s important, you’ll find a way to make it happen. Case closed.