Building Better Habits


There are so many quick fixes out there when it comes to health, but what really can help you change is building better habits. This is not something that you can do over night, but rather, something that you need to spend to gradually achieve. But, you need to do it the right way.

You’re not like everyone else. They will wait until the 1st of January to make a New Year’s Resolution, that they’ll probably break within a few week’s time, a few months at the very most. You’re not going to wait ’til then and want to make a head start right now. Unfortunately, you only have 24 hours in a day and a finite amount of energy as well. You’re determined. You want change. You don’t want to give up. That’s why you shouldn’t put in more effort to stick to your habits.

That’s right, you shouldn’t put in more effort, that’s not a typo. Don’t worry if you’re confused, it will all make sense by the end of this post. You’re about to learn how to make new habits that stick with minimal or no extra effort.


Most people take the wrong approach with trying to build good habits. They try to do too much and as a result, they become tired or feel like they don’t have the stamina to keep going. If you can embed your habit in your day to day routine and make it more mindless, you’ll be surprised how easy it might be to make a good habit stick.

Let me give you an example. It’s winter and you’re determined to keep continuing with your habit of having a jog every morning. Most people will struggle to do this because they have to will themselves to put on their jogging gear and their runners then get out the door.

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