a. served breakfast
b. done the laundry
c. had a brisk walk for 25 mins
e. had an apple
f. done some house chores
g. taken a bath
..with a few minutes to spare to 'fatt ngau tau.'
I have heard in some cities, people get stuck in traffic every single freaking day for 1 - 2 hours. 3, on some very 'kns' days. Look at my list for what we can accomplish in 2 hours, again.
It's frustratingly absurd to have that kinda of lifestyle - no time to exercise, no time to eat properly, no time for loved ones. Instead, they get stuck in the car listening to Taj My Baldi repeatedly on the radio (eh, btw, now hing what song?), or worse, korek hidung.
My Utopia will be a work place with a gym and a childcare service downstairs.
*use loud speaker and holler* Bosses and CEOs, do you care for your employees' general well-being?
I guess not because like Utopia, caring bosses don't exist.
I am not a health freak. The thing is my ahbu is not exactly the pink of health. It pains us to watch her in pain.
I am a wife, a daughter and a mother. The least I can do to love my family is to love and take care of myself.
Sure, some people drop dead even when they exercise regularly, eat healthily, don't smoke, don't drink, don't whore. People die all the time, and when I do, at least I can say I didn't make it happen.
When younger, doing the elementary stuff like eating fruits and drinking water were so taken granted for. Now it's a responsibility.
How do you take care of yourself? I don't mean pampering stuff like doing a manicure, having facials or massages. Neither do I mean a Brazilian wax. I mean like.. the most dreaded thing for most of us - exercise? And eating an apple a day? Banana? Oranges?
I know more than half of my friends and family don't.