There is something so great about getting into a good routine.
Two years ago, I established a regimen in which I walked for at least two hours every day. Along with eating sensibly, I managed to get into the best shape I had been in more than 20 years.
Unfortunately, I let it slip away from me once we moved to Georgia, and it is a lot more difficult to re-establish a good regimen than it is to maintain one. When I started again this spring, it was everything I could do to walk for one hour — three miles — on a flat surface.
Well, I’m back.
I go out at about 7:45 p.m. and walk the golf course from beginning to end, all the ups and downs or a fairly hilly course. I walk for two and a quarter hours and I come home feeling great.
I still have a lot of weight I want to lose, but I know I will get there.
No matter how long it takes.
You see, I know I’m doing it right, which is really all that matters.