Afraid to Move

From the Land of Iron and Miles
I had this idea of a drawing where a guy is walking past those facehole boards that make you look like a pirate or a bear riding a tricycle.  Each ‘board’ would pose a separate reason people might be hesitant to start a workout program.  The idea was the character would be faced with say four or five different ones and the underlying question would be something like, “If you're hesitant to begin an exercise program, would you find yourself choosing one of these to identify with and stand behind?”  As you can see, that's super wordy so I shelved the idea for a while and re-thought about it.I continued drawing out each board though, and since fitting all of them into one piece was going to be way to…
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Setting Up a New Routine

Exercise Deep Dive, Goal Setting, Making Change
Micro-task your way to a new routine! Incorporating a lifestyle change means that it has to find a place inside your daily life.  There are only so many hours in a day and everything that needs doing already has it’s place.  That can be a major problem when it comes to making a lifestyle change.  Since everything we are already doing has a spot on the schedule, something has to give.     Essentially, your time is already routinized and so what you’re trying to do is steer that ship onto a new heading.  In order to do that and be effective long term it might help to follow a few principles.  Be specific on what you’re goal is.  “I want to start an exercise routine,” is not specific enough.  Instead,…
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