For several years I have been an avid reader of Zen Habits and I’m a bit of a fan.
Today’s post from Leo really spoke to me. He talks about what he learns about habits and change. The post is just so relevant.
Change happens through daily habits. Daily decisions and small changes.
I am increasingly taking responsibility for my daily decisions. Particularly those around diet and exercise.
I wear a FitBit and I am currently ensuring I walk on average at least 10,000 steps a day.
I am committed to Bootcamp twice a week and have kept this commitment so far.
My sweet tooth is the challenge I now need to conquer. Kylie has recommended www.iquitsugar.com and today I ordered the book. Clearly just KNOWING that I have a sugar problem is not enough. I need to take action and I need some support in doing this. So time to work out how to change this poor habit and create a new healthy one.
What I need to remember is that I have done this before. I can do this again. I just need to start. Tomorrow??
Codename: Goddess. Signing off.
Reposted from www.codenamegoddess.com.
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