|Unfortunately it's less scenic in the wintertime.|
For the record, even on days when I don't run I don't just sit at my desk. At minimum, I make it a point to still do frequent laps in between my desk and the office candy jar. That has to count for something, right?
|OK. But only if you insist.|
When I'm home and don't feel like doing something (working is the most typical example), I generally procrastinate by cleaning. Then on weekends, usually I want to go running before doing anything else, including cleaning and working. However, when I'm in the office, all of a sudden I procrastinate on going for a run by working!
It's a very convoluted procrastinational structure with a delicately intermingled ecological balance.
Is it just the whole "grass is greener" idea where no matter what you should be doing, you feel like doing something else?!?!?
Am I perhaps enacting a self-fulfilling prophesy based on my history of consistently lackluster lunchtime runs?!?!?
Is it a case of misaligned psychological motivations, in line with the scientific theories of A. H. Maslow?!?!?
Do I need to improve my warm up and pre-run fueling routine with more trips to the candy jar?!?!?