We sit down to watch something on TV with the kids for a
And Lord Of The Rings is currently on.
The kids instantly gripped to it.
I’m falling to sleep.
(something I do so often whenever we watch film)
Anyway, it was actually ending
But then Harry Potter was on .
Again, the kids gripped by it and me falling to sleep.
Anyway, after this I searched to see which ones they had not seen and came across:
“Fantastic Beasts and where to find them:
I’ve never heard of it…
But I actually want to watch it with them now
Just from Googling it and seeing this quote from the film, said by ‘Newt Scamander’
“My philosophy is that worrying means you suffer twice.”
It reminded me of Mark Twain’s quote:
“Worrying is like paying a debt you don’t owe.”
So if you are worrying today?
Consider these quotes above.
What is it solving?
And it’s a bit like when people start our 28 Day Kickstart…
“Will I make the most of it?”
“Will I be able to fit it all in?”
“Will 2 sessions a week actually get me the results?”
“Is 30 minutes enough for a workout (despite struggling for time)?”
“Will I be the unfittest there?”
I could go on…
But what if you are worrying twice?
What if you are just paying a debt that you don’t owe?
Rather than putting yourself first
Making everyday tasks easier.
Matt ‘What if’ Fruci