Sometimes we get ahead of ourselves before we think

A few years ago, my wife and I decided to get a gym membership.

My wife watched a documentary on health and fitness regimes, and she was convinced that we needed to work on our exercise plan.

She spent two hours talking about health and heart statistics, before I was completely bored. I offered to buy a treadmill from the house, but my wife insisted that we needed all of the machines offered at a fitness gym. My wife and I discussed the gym membership for several days before we made a decision. I didn’t think the idea was sound, but I was outvoted on my opinion. We purchased the gym membership almost three years ago this month, and we have been to that gym a total of 8 times. Every month, the fitness center deducts our gym membership from the bank. My wife and I pay $50 together for the privilege of using the gym and its facilities. We went twice a week for a month, and then my wife stopped going. Sometimes she gets big ideas like this. I talked to her about canceling the gym membership on several occasions, but she always says we should start exercising again. I know it’s just another excuse to keep paying $50 a month for something we don’t use. I feel like I could cancel the gym membership and my wife would never know. It might take six or eight months, before she realizes that we donl;t pay that fee. Unfortunately, I don’t like to hide things from the woman that I love.


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