1. Train before work.
2. Ride at lunch.
3. Commute by bike
4. Train at night.
5. Schedule your ride like any other daily appointment.
6. Train intensely to maximize limited time
7. Adjust your goals to reflect limited time.
8. Enlist your family’s support so you can ride without guilt.
9. Combine your cycling with family activities.
10. Ride indoors when bad weather or interruptions occur.”
As I was reading this, it seemed to me that the biggest problem that many Christians face is time for God amidst life’s many responsibilities. So here are the tips reworked:
1. Pray before work
2. Pray at lunch.
3. Pray on your commute.
4. Pray at night.
5. Schedule your quiet time like any other daily appointment.
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