The Schuyler’s Are Trying To Be Less Lazy

My husband Cody is my best friend. We talk about everything and nothing all the time. Our first date lasted 18 hours and we haven’t shut up since. That being said, whenever one of us has a problem we always talk it out and come up with the perfect solution. It’s probably the best thing about our relationship.


 We recently had one of these conversations and I thought if I needed to talk it out, others could potentially learn from this conversation as well.

The topic started off being about why we really are not losing any weight. After a long talk we came to the conclusion that we are lazy…. SHOCKER!!! We even took a quiz from Buzzfeed to see how lazy we were and received appropriately lazy. Check out the quiz —–> Here

So how did we come to this conclusion you ask? Well, I always have good intentions, finding healthy recipes and getting motivated by theBerry’s Daily Motivation Pictures, but I am left with inaction when it really matters. Am I alone on this or do you do this too?

My heart is in the right place but I just cannot get off my butt and make things happen. But what to do about being lazy? While losing weight is the reason we stated  this conversation, I think addressing the root cause of any problem is always the best way to truly solve a problem. I don’t always do this, but this time I am going to.

That being said, I started looking up articles that dealt with this topic and found a few interesting things I think will help me in this endeavor . The main thing is called living intentionally or minimalist living and it is not as difficult as you may think.

I think the best way to describe it, is that we become what we want to be, by consistently doing things that make us what we want to become. That being said, the best way to do this is to plan each day by prioritizing what is really important to you.


I’m going to do more research and tell you all about it, but what are your thoughts? Have you heard of this before? Tell me all about it in the comments.


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