2) My exercise routine gives me energy that helps me stay efficient all day long. It wakes me up. It gets my momentum going. It clears the fog from my brain. It gets me in a good mood. It basically helps me start my day of right from the very beginning, which helps me maintain other good habits.
3) If I exercise at night I find myself having a hard time winding down and getting a good night’s rest.
4) I find that it also helps me maintain my exercise routine when I maintain other healthy habits. If I go to bed on time I’m more likely to get up early enough to finish my exercise routine. If I eat right, I won’t be up half the night with bowel issues or heartburn. If I practice the habit of journaling, meditating, reading my Bible, and praying I find that it’s easier to put my worries to rest so I can relax at night and get a good night’s sleep so I’m ready to go in the morning.
When I was diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma in 2015 I wanted my journey with breast cancer to have a purpose. First and foremost, my family was my motivation to fight this disease. I made a lot of lifestyle changes so that I can be around for my family for many years to come, but I also felt inspired to archive my journey so that others could benefit from what I’ve learned and applied.This was why Pink Warrior Calendar Girls was founded.