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It seems like you've been brainstorming what gifts you're getting for everyone on your list for months.
You've curated a Pinterest board of thoughtful products and your laptop is a mess of tabs of the gifts you need to remember to buy, but now Christmas is less than two weeks away and you haven't bought one thing.
A recent Hilton Honors study discovered that 50% of all shoppers wait until the last month before the holidays to get their gifting done, while an even more surprising 40% wait until the last week.
Plenty of online retailers are offering free two-day shipping that guarantees you'll have your gifts by Christmas.
It might be that we don't get our five a day; or we drink more than 14 units of alcohol a week (that's one-and-a-half bottles of wine to you and me); or we smoke, are obese, or fail to hit our exercise target of 150 minutes a week, including two strength training sessions.
Living the standard healthy way sounded difficult, and hardly fun - but Dr Mike Brannan, national lead for physical activity at Public Health England, suggested I had no excuse: "The guidelines were drafted on the basis that they are achievable for the majority of the population." If I was going to do what every healthy adult between the age of 19 and 64 should be doing every week of his or her life, I was going to need to find a way to fit a lot of exercise into my routine.