Habits

We talk about better habits like exercising more, drawing everyday, waking up earlier, eating cleaner foods, reading more, or spending less time with technology, but oftentimes making these lifestyle changes are hard and short-lived.

How to get something to stick?

The reality is that there’s no real and instant reward for changing your habits, and the commitment you’re thinking of making might not be as fun as you’re imagining.

Like all habits, good and bad, they start somewhere and have to be visited regularly in order to be called a habit.

So instead of picturing an ideal scenario with your imaginary life of good habits, start where you already are.

Visits to new habits don’t have to be perfect, just as long as they’re visited.

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