A low cost investment methodI mentioned how a couple of months ago I began walking during lunch. Originally I started because I couldn't seem to reverse the upward movement of the weight scale. At last weigh in, I had lost 17 pounds.
I am not on a diet but I am on a lifestyle change. Formerly, I was walking to various points around my office but lately I've settled into a one mile round trip walk which takes me to the local public library and back.
I can't easily remember how many books I've read as a result of my library trips but I can tell you how I feel recharged by reinvesting my time in me.
Investing your time in yourself via an exercise program for both the mind and body may give you increased mental productivity and physical energy.
For me, those walks have helped clear my head and have reduced aches and pains from physical inactivity. I've also noticed I don't crave the same type of foods which tempted me before I changed my lifestyle.
Give it a try. Start small but get active. Also, start feeding your mind by reading. Both just may be what you need to start paying off big for you.
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Richard J. Garcia | 01/12/2011