Struggles and disappointment with our wellbeing arise when we’re not clear about our priorities.

When your work demands a humpbackwhale’s share of your time and energy, it’s unlikely that now’s the best time to reach for an ambitious fitness goal. Especially while juggling it all with the borderline insanity that comes with a growing family.

This might mean that instead of aiming for two or even one proper training sessions each week, you’ll find ways to do the minimum that keeps your health and fitness from going down the shitter. Just to keep your health spiralling into the abyss.

Are you going to be your healthiest self doing so? Hell No. But you’ve consciously decided to prioritise something else in your life, for now. And there’s nothing wrong with that.