Tag Archives: starting a habit

The Sneaky Way We Sabotage Ourselves When Things Are Going Well

I recently started a new small-steps habit — two minutes of breathing exercises with a resistance device, to help increase my lung capacity. For the first couple days, it was tough. I got dizzy a few breaths in, and had … Continue reading

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Making Micro-Changes: Don’t Miss the Free “3 Tiny Habits” Course!

I just learned about this course from Stanford researcher B.J. Fogg called “3 Tiny Habits” — it’s like the kaizen approach to kaizen! Fogg leads you through a free email course, in which you are asked to make three 30-second … Continue reading

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Tips for Forming New Habits

How was your Week 2? Where did you soar? Where did you stumble? Mine was a little bit harder than I’d expected it to be, due to a minor altercation between a virus and my immune system. 🙂 I managed … Continue reading

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