Think of a journaling habit as a way to de-stress, become more creative and just get it all out.
You will heal. I will help.
How much more simple and healthy might your life be if you adopted an 80/20 principle on an organic and clean eating habit?
Well here’s your chance to test it out.
Try it for 7 days.
I bet you’ll continue on for the full 28 to make it a habit. I indulged in this last night with some Organic basil, baked chicken, and quinoa pasta.
p.s. Check out this recipe to get started!
The 28 day series with 28 good habits to begin starts right now.
It’s 2011 – cheers!
Remember in December when I mentioned via “Habit,”
The problem is not our intention. The intention is always great. The problem is the follow through, the commitment and the true “will” to stick with something for the long haul.
And then I mentioned, “ps. Are you interested in Habits? Good habits? Beginning January 3rd I am doing a 28 Days Series on 28 Good Habits to Begin! Stay tuned!”
Well here we are: January 3, 2011.
Today is the first day of my 28 day series with 28 good habits to begin.
So what is this series? If you’re like me, then perhaps this was the year you decided not to make resolutions. And that’s perfectly okay. But perhaps there are things you’d like to accomplish or implement into your life – big or small.
Over the next 28 days, I am going to give you 28 ideas for “good habits” you can adopt and implement into your own life. Why 28? Because it takes 28 days to create a habit. Since one of my “good habits” I’m creating through this blog is to show you via practices, experiences and examples of how I’ll move even closer to a total simple, happy, zen life, I figured I’d dive right in with the first 28 days to set up for the rest of the year!
I could not be more excited for all that is in store for 2011!
Goal 9 Tea is part of my 2011 goals.
I am starting a sipping tea habit stat for the New Year.
According to Harvard Health, “Tea, especially green tea, is often said to be good for your health. Tea contains substances linked to a lower risk for heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.”
And here are the top 10 benefits of drinking tea, including things like keeping your smile bright and your immune system boosted.
I am looking forward to being healthier via tea while enjoying the simplicity, peacefulness, and happiness that warm cup delivers!
Goal #1: The Scale
Goal #2: Simplify – Get Rid of Things
Goal #3: Simplify – Food
Goal #4: Habit
Goal #5: Nothing Financial
Goal #6: Hydrate
Goal #7: Workout….but with Acceptance
Goal #8: Silence
By the way, click HERE to all the times I mention tea throughout this blog.
Goal 7 Workout with Acceptance.
I have spent most of my life, like many of you saying, “My New Year’s Resolution is to be in the best shape ever.” Some years I have succeeded; some years not so much. But during all of those years I never had 100% happiness with and through it because I have never worked out and had acceptance. Typically I have worked out, truly focused and then (over) worked out and (over) focused because I never reached true acceptance.
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