I sprained my right ankle in January - and, after a bit when the unseasonably warm weather hit, i set about cleaning out my flower beds of winter debris, picking up sticks, all limping pretty badly. Eventually, from walking so awkwardly, I sprained a muscle/tendon or something in the back of my LEFT knee. I now have two choices. I can use crutches and not be able to carry anything, or limit my walking.
Now - my usual modus operandi is to INCREASE my steps to get to my 10,000-15,000 goal each day. To do that, I DON'T organize myself that well. If it takes five trips to the garage to get the garden tools I need, that's a GOOD thing. But, NOW, I need to rethink how I am doing things, and keep my steps to a minimum to allow healing and reduce pain.
I need to change up how I do things. I need to think before I act.
Remind anyone of what it takes to quit smoking? Hope so!