It amuses me to notice how folks make life easier for them, to such an extent that later on, the same folks spent lot of money in counter-balancing the same easiness which is inbuilt into their lives.
– A person who always takes his/her car for a 1 Kilometer trip to visit the local convenience store and who buys an expensive treadmill for regular “exercise”
– A person who always takes the elevator instead of stairs (and instead drives to the Gym to use StairMaster, or buys a StairMaster for use at home)
– A person who has a nice bicycle and a nice neighbourhood (where he/she could ride it) and never uses it, and instead, buys an expensive (to buy and to maintain) indoor exercise bike
IMHO, it is a waste of money as well. We should be looking out for inbuilt opportunities in our daily lives, to burn those extra calories.
Weight Loss is a “Journey” and not a “Destination”.