» How I Changed My Life, In Four Lines :zenhabits

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Today I was reading through my Google Reader feeds and came across an article that I just have to share with you.

Earlier in the year, I wrote about how I had decided to try out exercising every day as a parallel challenge to my PostaDay2011 Challenge that I am a part of. I kept it up for a while, but eventually gave up. It’s has bugged me that I stopped my daily exercise.

With a baby coming up in the New Year, I have to come up with a better plan to maintain my health, whether it be my physical or mental health. Exercise is key to me feeling my best. So I decided to put on my runners tonight and go out for a short run. It was only 4km, but that’s the point. I don’t need to have a long distance goal, just the goal to put on my runners and get out the door.

If you are at all looking to make some changes is your life, I recommend reading the Zen Habits article and see if it can help you.

Changing your life can seem an incredibly tough and complicated thing, especially if you’ve failed a great number of times like I did, found it too hard, and resigned yourself to not changing.But I found a way to change.And I’m not any better than anyone else, not more disciplined, not more motivated. I just learned a few simple principles that changed my life.I’ve written about them many times, but realized they’re spread out all over the site.Here is how I changed my life, in a nutshell.

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