It’s January, which means I, like the rest of the world, am going to be better, do better, and work harder, no excuses! So I’ve not only been making it to the gym more, I’ve been finding my new level 10. And I’m pretty proud of myself. I can still sit and stand with relative ease. Now getting from one to the other, that’s another story.
Did you know they make taller “comfort height” toilets for residential use? Boy am I glad we installed them when we remodeled our bathroom. When you figure what you pay for a gym membership, this is a great way to get rid of an excuse not to go.
If you have a toddler like me, be sure to go for the soft close seat as well. No loud slamming or caught fingers when that lid comes crashing shut.
But this all got me thinking… How many friends and family members do we all know who have some sort of mobility issue? It could be an older person living at home. It could be a soccer buddy with a bad knee. It could be any of us.
Now think about the number of times they would struggle with this in a day. And that’s every day, not just “leg day”. If, for under $500, you could make someone’s life easier that many times, why wouldn’t you?
So it’s January, and I am making an appointment to replace my grandparents’ toilets. I am going to be better, do better, and make it so they don’t have to work harder, no excuses!