In the last week, I’ve separately extolled the physical and existential benefits of daily exercise. But it’s not for everyone:
- It chews up time and takes you away from resentful loved ones.
- For an obsessive person like me, adding an obsessive impost can tip you into anxiety, down a slippery slope.
- I can feel pressured by a daily demand. Stress can harm.
- If you’ve chosen an inappropriate Big Year focus and daily target, a sense of hopelessness, of anomie, can bare its teeth