It seems like every year we go into the next one thinking how much better we are going to do than the previous one. All I can say is that 2021 has got to be better than the one we are leaving behind? Right?
I guess if you want to be that half glass full kind of person you have to realize that all this covid talk has brought us some good things. We have finally had the time to slow down a bit. We also got to spend more time with our family.
If I were to ask you about having a heart attack you would pass on that idea, right? I mean I am sure there are a lot more enjoyable things you would rather sign up to do. Well we can find a way to help us avoid it. We just have to do the work that is needed.
You get up and you go to work, you come home just to repeat all of this the next day. Do you find time to workout? Sometimes finding that time is just so tough to do. I get it. We have so much to do in a days time. We know it's important though.
Having a heart attack is probably low on your list of priorities. You want to avoid that health drama at all cost. Oh and you can increase your odds with a bit of exercise. We just have to do the work that is needed. That is where we kind of back off.
It used to be that we didn't have time to workout. Then we were on lock down and we had all the time in the world. Have we been working out? Some may say a very big yes. For those of you I am extremely proud.
So it's that time of year. You will be giving and you will be receiving gifts. They will come from loved ones, friends and co-workers. So it's the time of year to ask the question. Is it OK to give exercise equipment as a gift?