I finally discovered why I can't make myself exercise later in the day: my brain is too smart to be deceived.
You see, Marsha Dobel said: "I have to exercise in the morning before my brain figures out what I’m doing."
That totally explains my inability to exercise in the afternoon or evening. Who knew? I thought I was just lazy or tired. Wrong! My brain is on to my tricks and cannot be deceived.
Guess that means that bright and early in the morning, I'll pull on my sweats and hit the pavement.
Is it smart to procrastinate endlessly on good intentions? Uh, no. Use it or lose it.