Does that happen to anybody else? Is there a limit on how many good habits one person can establish?
Every morning, I swallow a gazillion (slight exaggeration) supplements with a health juice that fights inflammation in the body. Every evening, I take a few more before bed. And although sometimes I joke that I buy so many supplements I can’t afford to buy food, my blood work does show health improvements.
Thanks to my FitBit Zip, I am getting closer and closer to getting 10k steps every day. But I don’t walk as fast as I used to so getting those steps daily takes away from other things I can’t do on the treadmill. However, with my sedentary vocation, it’s critical that I move deliberately and for as long as necessary to achieve my goal. I want to still be able to get those 10k steps when I’m in my 80’s and 90’s, God willing.
Thanks to my Kindle, to audio books from Audible for listening to in the car, and to Goodreads, I’m reading more and keeping better track of the books I’ve read. I’m not a fast reader nor do I have a great deal of pleasure reading time, so I won’t ever be setting records on the number of books read in a week or a month or a year. But I am ahead of schedule on my Goodreads Reading Challenge, so I’m happy about that.
What’s fallen away?
I used to be super organized. There used to be a place for everything and everything in its place. Not so much these days. I seem to have stacks and piles of stuff everywhere and no time to deal with them.
I used to balance my checking account to the penny on the day the statement was received. Not so much anymore. I still balance to the penny but I don’t get to it as fast as I should. Maybe that has to do with the new paperless way of receiving statements. They don’t seem as pressing as when they came in the mail.
Should I even mention my lack of a proper skincare routine? (Have tons of product; only use some of the time.)
What about you? Have you formed any new good habits lately? Lost any? Is there a limitation?