Discussing :: How to Stick to a Habit When Life Falls Apart

‘If you’re going through hell, keep going.’ ~Winston Churchill We’d like to think that making positive life changes is a straight line from beginning to where we want to go. But life has taught us differently. Experience shows us that you can start a new habit (let’s say working out) and things go great for awhile, and then life gets in the way. Things get messy. Things fall apart. We have a few bad days, or a huge project to work on at work, or relationship problems, or a family crisis, or we get sick. What do we do when life gets messy and our habits fall to the wayside? Well, give up, obviously. Actually, I take that back.... read full article

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How to Stick to a Habit When Life Falls Apart

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I have heard that doing things repeatedly for 21 days makes that activity as a habit. I think it really works. So I have a new habit about collecting information about Blue waffles disease . Check out here- http://bluewafflesdiseaseclinics.com[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkYGMfNI6AQ[/youtube]

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Why are we not working on the shampoos as they are saying on https://www.groomingadepts.com/hair-loss/treatments/best-salicylic-acid-shampoo/? I guess that it can solve a lot of issues and it will be good for us too.

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