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Do you ever feel like you make huge commitments in your health journey that you can’t keep? I know I do. But what if we stopped making grandiose, unachievable goals that we’ll inevitably fail at, and made smaller goals that … Continue reading
I’m considering the direction I’d like to take this blog over the next year or so, and would love to have your input! Would you mind answering two multiple choice questions? http://kaizenlynn.polldaddy.com/s/small-steps-content This short survey also gives you the option … Continue reading
You’ve probably already heard that visualization can help you achieve your goals. Maybe you’ve even tried it: you imagined yourself at your target weight, or tried to see yourself signing copies of your first novel at your favorite bookstore. Maybe … Continue reading
If you’re like me, there’s at least one non-fiction book on your shelves that you’ve been meaning to read. A self-help book. An inspiring memoir borrowed from a friend. A book on the craft of writing or a how-to book … Continue reading
The secret of getting ahead is getting started. –Mark Twain There are my Week 1 baby steps: Psychological: Every morning when I look at my to do list, ask myself out loud, “What happens if I don’t do each of … Continue reading
What’s the problem with these goals?
Nothing. Except for the fact that they assume I’m going to somehow be transformed into an organized, disciplined person with excellent habits on January 1st.
Where are you, fairy godmother? Continue reading