You know that you need to exercise and your doc had advised you to do so too. After months of procrastination, you have decided tomorrow’s the day you will start turning your life around. Soon tomorrow turns to today and you are heading home from office all pumped up about the workout session that you had planned for.
By the time you reach home after the irritating traffic that has become a part of our life now, you are dead tired and have no energy left. Half of your brain is asking you to just freshen up, push on and don your exercise garbs. But the other half (the one that wins the most) is telling you that you can always start tomorrow and you can just cosy up in front of the TV and rest. And the vicious cycle begins again.
You may be great at what you are doing and have a great social life as well (we never lack energy when it comes to partying, right?). But when it comes to including certain activities in your daily routine or doing something for self-development we tend to lack the zeal and will and soon we come to a point when there are no tomorrows left and we are filled with regrets.