I’m still here, still at the start point. I really want this habit to stick, but it’s more effort from me to make it happen. No worries, this time I’m certain I need this habit, so I’ll give it as much time as it needs to stay with me. Continue…
Today is Tuesday and I just realised that I forgot to start a new habit! I have no excuses for that.
How is it going with the previous habit? It goes slow and not stable. I force myself to plan and the plans so far were very… staged. I don’t like that. In my head day planning includes tasks that moves you forward to your goals, but I don’t have goals so all my plans becomes staged and full of everyday things.
What is the new habit? The new one is a day summary. I want to look back at a day and see what was good, what wasn’t and what I can improve. Analyse and learn. Plus I want to see a progress.
Something else? I will continue developing the habit with day planning. And the same goes to every habit — I continue practicing them, well because I want them to be in my life.
The first week was full of events and unpredictable schedule. I tried to plan first two days, but it after it was too much. I couldn’t control the events and had to act on the go.
I want to repeat the same habit again this week. Monday has passed and it was again sort of out of my control, but today – Tuesday – I can do. It’s the end of the day and by publishing this post I’m crossing my last task for today 😉
Continue to make the habit to stick.
So good that planned this challange ahead! I woke up this morning with a strong feeling to skip aka ”start next week”.
Ok. Screw the emotions and just do it. I think it’s a recipe for everything.
This week habit is “Day planning”. Everyday I set a plan for a day and follow it. It was said million times in every self-develop book/article/etc, but I never followed it for real. I did a few attempts. but never for long time. And let’s give it a try again!
Plan. Act. Repeat.