You say you don’t have time to exercise or write that book. But you do. You have exactly as much time as everyone else. The only difference is how you choose to spend your time.
Video games? Facebook? Reading fiction? Getting drunk? Watching TV?
Time is time is time.
Notice how fast it goes by. It is already August. It is 2013. Every day, every minute counts.
You can’t get out of that 40 hour a week job. But you can write and exercise at lunch. Even 10 minutes of each is better than nothing. You can use your phone and write a “note” while you walk at lunch and be even more efficient.
You can get up an hour earlier and do 30 minutes of each.
Time is limited. Our lives are limited. Choose wisely.
Take all the “I can’t” excuses and look at what you can do, and do it. Start small. Don’t say you will exercise and write every day. You’ll get overwhelmed. This is like going from juggling three balls to six. Aim for once a week. Commit to that. . Then you will eventually work up to every day.
Everything worth doing has to start somewhere. Good habits are like bad habits. You just have to remember to choose wisely. Don’t let the bad habits win.