(noun) a leisurely walk or stroll, especially one taken in the evening
That after dinner walk, taken routinely in Italy by little old men... it's a habit. And it can be yours, too. Lululemon never required.
Fill in your information above, then click the button. The HABITS TRACK will be sent to your email. You then open the email, confirm I can send you free stuff, and you will be able to print the habits track. All free.
I've damn near read 101 books about habit formation. Loops, dopamine, repetition. That's a lot of consuming, a lot of researching, and a lot of contemplating. If you're going to -ing like it's a sport, at least have something to show for it. Enter, my monthly habits track. Do yourself a favor. Don't wait to start on the first of the month. Begin wherever you are right now. Today. Perfection is the enemy progress.
It looks like a track because it's a visual reminder that you run your life, and that life runs on routines, which are simply a network of habits. The scale doesn't create weight loss, healthy habits do. The scale doesn't create fat-loss, healthy habits do. And when it comes to healthy habits, it's all about consistency and positive emotion. You need both for habits to form. Don't believe me? Think of anything you're good at. Procrastinating? If you do it often enough, and there's an immediate payoff (like not having to face the hard thing in the moment), you're good at it. We get good at whatever we practice.
My hero nerd friends, I also offer a more advanced SOS filter that helps you determine which habits are worthy of tracking. Which ones will have the biggest impact and what to do when you're met with resistance. But for now, enjoy my free Habits Track and run your own damn life...in the direction of your dreams.
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We want weight loss to arrive like Amazon Prime, with same day delivery. And we want to pick up where we left off in terms of habits. But, Bad News Bears, my friend. Because none of that works. The key to picking habits to track? Are you willing to do it on your worst day ever? If you can do it on your worst day ever, then you're unstoppable. "Go big or go home," ends up at home, on the sofa, complaining. Go easy. Go gentle. And celebrate the crap out of every micro-habit landed.