Bad habits and good habits
Today we discussed habits and how to change bad habits, replacing them with good ones (Shiny03, @anshi
It was inspired by the article posted in another topic: Start a new (good) habit, kill an old (bad) onehttp://edition.cnn.com/2018/01/05/health/habits-wisdom-project/index.html?utm_source=pocket&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=pockethits
"Habit is a good servant but a bad master."
The article gives some good tips. "The first thing to identify for yourself is the habit you want to work on, whether it's starting a new (good) one or ending an old (bad) one. That's a minor distinction, by the way. Eating healthier is eating less junk. Exercising more is being less sedentary. One is often the inverse of another. This step requires some honest self-evaluation. What is not working in your life? What personality flaws are holding you back? Where is there room to do better?"
What are your good habits and what are your bad habits? I have a bad habit of snacking in the evening. But I have developed a good habit of eating more healthy food and (except when I'm snacking) exercising much more self-control. Sounds contradictory doesn't it? Perhaps I need to make sure that my snacking is limited to fruit and make it less frequent.