Today was the second day that I went to work out at my gym in the early morning. It felt good to get up and eat a quick breakfast and then to head over. I have a long way to go until I am remotely close to as fit as I want to be, but it is a nice feeling knowing that I am starting to get into some sort of a morning routine. Ideally within a few weeks I will be completely used to waking up early and working out.
And not only is waking up early, eating breakfast, and working out extremely healthy for me both physically and mentally, it also is beneficial in itself as a routine. Routines are very important for human beings as they are a sort of answer to the question of life.
Why are we alive? Good question, I still have no idea and I am not sure if I ever will have the answer. Nonetheless, human beings are alive and thus we need to find things to do. If not for half-solving the question of life, at least for distracting us from thinking about it. Routines to this. They are the regular things that we do every single day. And they are very healthy. Routines also can be anything. They do not need to be extremely complex, they can be very simple such as waking up at a certain time and taking a walk. For others like me they might be waking up in the early morning hours so that I can sign autographs on the bare breasts of my legions of hot female fans, (this I have found is the answer to the question of life, I lied earlier I do in fact have the answer) but for the average person it does not have to be this.
Just get up everyday, I highly recommend in the morning too. You will feel better. And if you were like me, who slept in a lot, you will also realize how much time that you have been wasting away staying in bed and also how you do not need all that additional sleep that you thought you did.
Currently my routine is to wake up, eat breakfast, go to the gym and work out, and then come home and write a Blog Post. My other hobbies that I am pursuing are Chinese Lessons which I try to take 3 times a week, and snowboarding which I try to do once a week. Alright, time to wrap up this blog, Chinese time!
Zai Jian (Goodbye)