Or not. Gretchen Rubin
We can use decision-making to choose the habits we want to form, use willpower to get the habit started, then—and this is the best part—we can allow the extraordinary power of habit to take over. At that point, we’re free from the need to decide and the need to use willpower.
We take our hands off the wheel of decision, and our foot off the gas of willpower, and rely on the cruise-control of habits.
Mindfully, then mindlessly.
As a Wellness Coach, I encourage my clients to rethink their approach, to food, exercise, thoughts and actions, simply by beginning with awareness. I often pose the question...Is there a better way?
Could we bring MORE of something better into your routine, more consistently.
We do this methodically, and slowly.
Crowd out the old to make way for the new.
Rather than being restrictive, habits help us remove anxiety, and create space to achieve our goals, and make them sustainable parts of our lives.
If you would like help and support in swapping out some of your ingrained habits to create a more vibrant you, please give me a call, and with just one session, we may be able to find some sustainable solutions for you.
Until next time, be well