If something is truly important to you, make it a daily habit. If healthy eating is important, make it a daily habit. If exercise is important, do it daily. If prayer is important, do it daily.
What you don't do daily, you probably won't do weekly either. What you make a habit of putting off just keeps getting pushed away again and again.
If something is important to you, attend to it immediately, and regularly. If something is not really important to you, that's great also - just scratch it off your to-do list forever, and never worry about it again. Choose how you invest your time, and honor your choices.
todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful
that to be happily sober, I had to change some old habits -- and I did!
that when I stopped smoking, more old habits just disappeared. Things that I thought would keep me from being able to stop smoking, such as what to do with my hands, how could I possibly not smoke after eating? etc...
for my lifelong habit of waking up early, ready to face the day. Even at the height of my drinking, this was always the case. It has served me well.
for Steps 6 & 7 which are terrific aids in my recovery from bad habits
We are what we repeatedly do.
Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.
- Will Durant (commonly attributed to Aristotle)