Habits are acquired behavior patterns that are routinely repeated over time until they become nearly involuntary or unconscious actions in our daily lives. Many habits are constructive and good for our health, such as: exercising regularly, eating nutritious foods, drinking plenty of water, and brushing one’s teeth to name a few.
Unfortunately, many other habits are bad for our health and are destructive. If some of your habitual behaviors are preventing you from living a healthy life or enjoying a healthy self-image, they are definitely hurting you. Now is the time to develop strategies for changing old behaviors into new and healthy habits. Why wait?
How do you begin to break the cycle and change unhealthy habits into healthy behavior?
Call to Action:
The first step is
- Observe your bad habits
- Remaining calm and nonjudgmental
This may not be easy for some people. Grit and determination are also key elements to success. Thankfully, many valuable tools are available to help you make positive changes more readily. Here’s a valuable and timely way to make positive changes successfully.
To your wellness,
p.s. Source for today’s tip: Active Wellness: Feel Good for Life