There are many aspects to fitness, financial fitness being one of them. One of the downsides of being a fitness junkie is that I’ve tried and ultimately discarded a lot of fitness-related gear over the years. I’ve also moved many, many times, and each time it seemed easier to shed a good chunk of the stuff I’d accumulated rather than haul it all to my new dwelling.
For times like those I’ve always turned to Craigslist unload the stuff I no longer want or need. As a result, I’ve gotten pretty savvy at how to get the best price for what I want to sell and I’m going to share this info with you.
I’m a junkie. The first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem, right?
Well, I have a problem. I have a burning desire to improve my life but limited time and resources available to pursue improvements. I’m willing to work hard but I get bored easily. These factors have contributed to me trying and ultimately discarding multiple diets, exercise programs, equipment, and protocols to help me lose weight, get stronger, have more energy, less pain, etc.
I’ve spent a lot of time, money, and energy looking for a magical fitness fix. Sadly, it doesn’t exist.