Healthy Habits: Some Tips for Making them Stick!

Posted by Susan Chilcoat on

The start of a new decade is the ideal time to implement positive habits. Then, before you know it, you’ll have created a healthy lifestyle. Try these simple tips to make your habits stick!

Just remember, the Sistine Chapel wasn’t built in a day. Lucky for us, forming habits won’t take that long. When you create specific goals, they’re easier to obtain and build upon. Start by implementing simple steps each day for a big result.

Here are a few ideas:

  • Listen to a motivational podcast. Whether you’re commuting to work or running errands, hearing others motivate or inspire you can keep your spirits high!

  • Diffuse essential oils each morning. Find a blend that inspires you to conquer the day. Maybe some Peppermint and Orange or Abundance.

  • Journal your experience. Recording your daily achievements can help you stay motivated and reach your overall goal!

  • Stay accountable by sharing your journey. Sometimes motivation comes from outside yourself, so confide in a friend or share your goals on social media.

There may be times when you find yourself off the path to success. It’s okay—that’s what U-turns are for. Give yourself space to reflect and get back at it. Remember, mental-health habits are just as important as physical ones.

Try these tips to get back on track!

  • Ask for help. Talking through your goals and getting an outside perspective from a friend can reset your mindset.

  • Be your biggest fan! Write down positive affirmations and post them in plain sight for a motivating boost.

  • Write down your why. With the hustle and bustle of life, it’s easy to lose sight of our “why.” Write it down and really see it! It works wonders!

It’s time to lace up your shoes and get to work. Imagine how accomplished you’ll feel when you reach your destination!

What healthy habits are you working on?


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