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Habit & Play: Changing Habits

During my last year of college, one of my last classes was one that was called Habit and Play.  It was a wonderful class. I learned a lot; I had a lot of fun; I did a lot of writing. 761 more words

Writing

The easiest motivational leverage. Part 1.

Today I ran an extra mile.

Not really because I wanted. I did because I had a night out with friends and I wanted to feel cleaner and lighter the day after. 292 more words

Motivational Strategies

Fiscal Fast - The Good. The Bad and The Rest.

My 30 day Fiscal Fast has drawn to a close. It was enlightening yet I can’t pretend I was entirely successful. I held back on updating you all over the last week or so because honestly it was difficult, I broke my no spend rules several times and it is hard to admit, I felt I had failed. 1,228 more words

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The Very Precise Science of Reinforcing a Bad Habit

If you would like to know how to create a new, positive habit, this is not the post for you.

Instead, in this post, I will be presenting The Very Precise Science of  Reinforcing a Bad Habit. 685 more words

Overcoming Self-loathing And Anxiety

Practicing Practice, or Creating New Habits

Please wish me luck. I’m about to perhaps foolishly drop a great deal of money on an online drumming course that promises to improve your technique in 26 weeks-which translates into six months.  625 more words

Embrace 2018

2018.

EMBRACE.

To fully and enthusiastically accept.

All that this year has to offer, all that God has to offer, and MORE.

Embracing calling, identity, challenges, celebrations, and the small moments. 162 more words

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#Lifelessons101 -Reluctance to change - how to bust through that big old block in 6 easy steps!

We all have those things we do that we would like to change. I know I do, the list is actually quite long. And if like me you have such a list it is so easy to get into a routine of self doubt, guilt and shame around the inability to make the positive healthy changes we know would benefit us and our life. 1,103 more words