breaking bad habits
Your bad habits are putting your life, your health, your career, or your relationships in jeopardy. You know they're there, and you want to get rid of them--but you also know from experience that it's just not that easy.
We live in a culture that shouts in our ear that we must become successful. That we must kill any "averageness" within us, and replace it with boldness, exceptionalism and success. (After all, "settling" is practically the worst crime you could possibly commit in our self improvement culture.)
1. First, notice it. We fall into patterns because we fail to face reality. We return to the same bad situation, hoping that
"It's known as the science of small wins," he said. "We know that if you have this sense of momentum, of victory, it makes
Breaking a bad habit is never easy, but you can make it a lot easier by making negative mental associations and by replacing bad habits with good. Before you know it, you won't have that bad habit anymore, and you'll feel empty if you miss your workout or walk, instead!
But gender aside, there is one trait many "stress-shoppers" have in common: They tend to seek distracting, temporary fixes