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What’s your “Time Hog”?

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There are 1440 minutes in every day.  Sixty minutes of that 1440 are equal to about four percent.  We are not here to argue the value of time; it’s certainly one of the most valuable limited resources.  We’re here to find a way to become resourceful with what little of it we have.  Sixty minutes of exercise seems daunting, but when compared to the amount of time we spend doing other erroneous activities it pales in comparison.  In fact, in 2010 watching television occupied 2.7 hours per day, accounting for about half of all available leisure time. In addition to television, we always seem to find time for music, video games and the internet.  It’s expected that in 2012 nearly 3,600 hours will be spent absorbing media—that’s 5 months!

So, let’s evaluate our time usage this week and figure out what is hogging our time.  Start by journaling your day in detail.  What activities can you cut back on so you have more time to dedicate to your health?

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