3 Reasons Your 25000 steps a day Is Broken (And How to Fix It)

I am going to get a lot of flack for this, but I am sure you know that if you are anything like me, you will get tired of repeating yourself throughout your day. Yes, I know how to motivate myself, but I am also a person who is constantly checking my phone and the clock and looking at the calendar. While I do this, I always find myself looking at the clock, wondering if I really made it that far.

I don’t know how I managed to get so much flack for the trailer, but if you are truly interested in what I’m talking about, you may try this.

I just stumbled across this video of the first trailer (the one where you get to watch that trailer as the trailer goes on) and I thought, “wow, I must have been stupid to even think of that.” I just picked it up on my phone and saw it on the web. It’s just so incredible. This is exactly the type of trailer I am going to be watching that I would be watching on live TV.

I am so glad you are here, and for the time being I hope to talk a little bit more about this in future posts.

You may be thinking, “Well, wait, don’t we already have a post about that?”, but you’re right, this is not the latest post we’ve run in this series. That one is still up on the blog here at The Geeky Mommy. This one is here on the YouTube channel. If you want to see it, you can see it in the video player above.

I’m not going to lie, this is not what our previous post was about, but this one is one of the many videos we have on YouTube. I am not sure how long it’s been up, but I know that we’ve had other videos up on the blog before. I have a feeling that this one will be running more or less continuously for the next while. That being said, I feel like I should get started.

On the surface, this seems like a good idea. If you were to start walking 25,000 steps a day, you would be walking 25,000 steps a day, and in about 10 years that would be 25,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 steps. That is a lot of steps to complete in a short time.

The problem is that we are at the point in life where we are walking more than we are moving. We are always trying to get our arms around more and more things as we get older because we think that if we just move that much, we can change our life forever. The problem with this is that it is impossible to keep up with all the things we do every day. Sure, you can keep up with the grocery list, but you have to go through it each and every day.

My point is that we aren’t able to keep up with all the things we do every day. We can’t do it. We have to choose between keeping up our current lifestyle and moving forward or making the decision to stop. We usually end up choosing the latter because it is easier. The problem is that the only way to do it is to stop and that is why we end up being stuck in the old patterns and habits that we have developed.

It is very easy to fall into the “stop” trap of being stuck in patterns that we have created. For example, if you are a person who makes very frequent use of your computer, your social media, and so on, then you are likely already quite familiar with the problem. So you can easily fall into the trap of “just stop everything”.

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