Work combined with being away from home gave me a certain freedom to design my lifestyle -- a pretty bad one. I began to panic when I observed some of the effects of my new lifestyle: hair-loss, short attention span and terrible financial discipline. So I started making conscious attempts to change my routine.
These fees for our workout plans hold us accountable in a way we aren't for other aspects of our lives. Let's face it -- we will cancel brunch before we cancel a spin class. But that distinction, while it might not be intentional, makes us feel like we are being taxed for being lazy on the occasion that we do need to cancel.
Maybe all the millennials need is time, guidance and, in some cases, a good talking-to. Maybe those who are criticizing the way millennials view things should consider taking some responsibility for creating these so-called monsters -- because chances are many of them have millennial children of their own.