You’d spend thousands on your pets to ensure they have the best health, quality of food and quality of life.
Why on earth won’t you invest that same amount on yourself?
People are truly weird in that regard.
Now I can understand that for some their pets are like their children, or as many say “They’re my babies.”.
Our human need for unconditional love and something to depend on/need us to provide a sense of purpose is quite the interesting trait.
You’ll easily find people who willingly and without hesitation spend more money on they pets than themselves.
While we can of course invest our hard earned cash however we choose why not invest it in our own longevity?
Being brutally honest, pets will die long before you do.
Well, unless you have a turtle or a parrot, they seem to live forever.
Knowing this you’d do well to put at least a matched effort in to your own wellbeing as you would theirs.
Take this for example –
Your pet gets fat, what do you do?
Go to the vet and have them advise you to feed the animal less, exercise it more and get it’s health markers back to normal.
You do this with unquestioning resolve.
Have a human Dr say the same to you and you get butt hurt because they fat shamed you and just because your BMI is over where it should be that doesn’t mean you’re not healthy.
While that is potentially true, elevated BMI’s are still a warning, regardless is yours is due to excessive body fat or muscle.
You see in regards to your build you can only support so much weight on your frame before it becomes an issue, regardless.
Back to the point, put in as much effort to keeping yourself in tip top shape as you would your beloved pets.
Or don’t because at this stage in my life I’ve honestly had enough of the general idiocy of the world and feel that if people wish to lead a life that shortens their time here then they can fill their boots.