By Kirby Edwards
I recently re-read the book Atomic Habits by James Clear. I have read this book before and find myself re reading it when I need a little motivation. It was such a great reminder that we can make small sustainable changes to help improve our lives, namely our health.
In an attempt to try to keep hip and up with the times, I enlisted my new AI friend bard to help me write a blog about it.
The book focuses on the power of small, incremental changes and how to get 1% better each day. James Clear argues that we can achieve significant results by making small changes on a consistent basis. This approach is particularly well-suited for improving our health, as it allows us to make changes that are sustainable and that we can stick with over time.
Here are some of the key principles of Atomic Habits that can be applied to improving our health:
By following these principles, you can start to make small, sustainable changes that will improve your health. Remember, it is not about making huge changes all at once. It is about making small changes that you can stick with over time.
Here are some additional tips for using Atomic Habits to improve your health:
Another helpful habit hint is “Habit stacking.” It is a technique that can help you to build new habits by linking them to existing habits. For example, if you want to start drinking more water, you could stack it with your morning coffee routine. This means that you would make a point of drinking a glass of water every time you made a cup of coffee.
Habit stacking is a great way to make new habits more sustainable. By linking them to existing habits, you make them easier to remember and more likely to become automatic.
Here are some tips for using habit stacking to improve your health:
Habit stacking is a powerful tool that can help you to improve your health. By following these tips, you can start making small changes that will have a big impact on your well-being.
Here are some examples of habit stacking for health:
By stacking these habits together, you can make them easier to remember and more likely to become automatic. This will help you to improve your health in a sustainable way.
With a little effort, you can use these helpful habit hints to improve your health and reach your goals. So, what are you waiting for? Start making small changes today!
I would like to add that some of us are very all or nothing, ie. We didn’t go for a walk Monday; therefore I might as well not do it all week and start again next week. No! every little bit counts. Small amounts often.
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