All of the learned and repeated habits we have formed may not always be the best things for us. Some habits we’ve taken on to repeat everyday are simply not good for us in the long run and we know this. We even make excuses to ourselves and others for these unintended, but regular occurrences.

If your learned and repeated habit were to exercise 30 minutes each day, the consequences should be quite positive. If your learned and repeated habit were to grab a $5 coffee and a pastry each morning, the consequences would not be all that positive. The habits we make, make us.

Habits play a big role in our lives. It’s often hard to unlearn a negative one and the same is generally true for developing a positive new one. Your routine matters enough over time to have conscientiously set your own course for your own good. No excuses and no regrets.

We all will have faults in the routines we’ve made, accepted or avoided. Maintain much more of the positive effects received from your intentional habits in balance over the negative ones.

“You’ll never change your life until you change something that you do daily. The secret to your success is found in your daily routine.” — John C. Maxwell —


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