The things you own end up owning you.
Tyler Durden Fight Club.
Today is Tuesday, January 6, 2015 Six days into the New Year.
Why is this significant? Some of you have made some New Year’s Resolutions. Things like exercising more, reducing your financial debt or quitting smoking. And you are two thirds of the way where most people break their Resolutions. The average New Year’s resolution is broken 9 days into the New Year.
Well over the next few Agree or Disagree: The Podcasts, we are going to discuss some of these issues and ways you can continue to improve the steps you may be taking.
Wednesday, we are going to talk with Amber Romaniuk about exercising and eating right
Thursday, we will talking with Erin Skye Kelly about money management.
Next week, we will be talking about quitting smoking.
But today, I thought we would start with a question about habits. The reason is many of the struggles I myself have had are due to some of the bad habits I have. They seem so easy and good to do. Yet so hard to end. Perhaps you can relate.
This is an interesting article on how habits can be broken.
What do you think? Are bad habits tough to break?