Not cook supper and eat out because I don't "feel" like cooking.
To skip exercising in the morning because I don't "feel" like it (I've done well with this one, since January 30th, I've exercised 6 days a week, whether I felt like it or not!)
Not take the dog for a walk because I don't "feel" like it.
Staying home from church on Sunday evening because I don't "feel" like going.
The list goes on and on. None of these things are really bad things to do or not do. But if I concentrate on doing "the next right thing", there are better choices I could be and should be making. The book talks about not letting our emotions control us, do what is right and what we should do, no matter how we "feel". I know that's not always an easy choice to make. But I figure if I can do the next right thing more often than not, I'll have made alot of progress!