Who doesn’t want to be in shape? Who doesn’t want to prioritize their mental wellbeing? However, it all asks for discipline in our eating habits, exercise, practicing meditation, and refraining from smoking.
You’d be surprised to know that only about 2% of American adults manage to live a life like that. If you’re feeling happy about it, then you shouldn’t be, and if you’re sad that you couldn’t make it to that small proportion of the population, then you should know that you aren’t alone.
And, these funny 12 tweets might not ensure a change in your life, but you’ll definitely have a good time reading them.
Take a look!
"If you don't get your lazy ass up and exercise" -myself to myself
— IIana Ashton (@missashton_) February 2, 2017
I'm starving and I have a fridge full of healthy food and I don't want to eat any of it.
— Sean Lowe (@SeanLowe09) January 28, 2017
all this anxiety better be burning calories
— agz (@AlexisGZall) February 2, 2017
putting mental health before my education is a good idea until it affects my education which affects my mental health which affects my educa
— College Student (@CoIIegeProb) February 2, 2017
I didn't realise how good I was at yoga but I do number 13 all the time pic.twitter.com/zkOU3KRmSr
— Rebecca Ross (@rebecaross) January 16, 2017
I suspect that low-carb diets work not because they are healthier, but because without carbs I simply lose the will to eat.
— Anna Kendrick (@AnnaKendrick47) November 5, 2015
Friend: How's that diet going?
— Minou Clark (@MinouClark) January 31, 2017
How do people work out with their hair down??? How do people work out in sweaters??? Also how do people work out
— J (@BlochJamie) February 3, 2017
Trying to eat healthy is like trying to eat healthy
— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) January 31, 2017
I like going for runs at night because the added fear of being murdered really does wonders for my cardio.
— Kevin Farzad (@KevinFarzad) January 7, 2015
I need a playlist for when I deeply consider going to the gym but then don't.
— Akilah Hughes (@AkilahObviously) July 2, 2015