It’s coming up to that time of the year again where people promise themselves that things will be different next year, and that they will make a habit out of doing x, y, or z.
Before you do that yourself, I recommend that you read a recent article by James Clear on that topic.
The takeaway from it is that forming a habit takes a long time, though the exact time depends on a lot of factors.
Starting small is always a good thing, as they are usually more sustainable and achievable.
A 1% change in behaviour over the course of a year will have an enormous impact on you.
What small things can you start doing today, that will improve your life tomorrow?
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