What are some of your strategies? How do you develop habits that are going to last more than a few weeks, that will carry yourself and your family easily into next year and beyond?
At home, some things you might be looking at:
- Having easier mornings - YES please
- Keeping up with preparing healthy meals and snacks
- Study skills that your kids will do on their own (or at least with less whining)
- Exercise and keeping the body moving
- Finances - seem to always top of mind
- Quality time for relationships
- Reducing time wasters that slow-drip your energy and focus
- Feeling more accomplished and less “spent” at the end of the day
- Taking breaks so your body and brain can refresh
- Dealing with email overload
- Slowing down to listen to people instead of rushing the conversation along to get to the next thing
- Having patience be a continual part of your day
I want to encourage you and let you know, though, that it’s not you. It’s the systems that are in place.
Habits Made Easy is a new favorite workshop I’m offering, one that’s good for you and good for your kids/teens (they’re encouraged to attend. What a great way to have them get active in developing personal management strategies.)
Habits Made Easy keeps things in balance, reduces stress, adds ease, reduces resistance, guilt, and shame, improves esteem and confidence, and builds self-efficacy. Sounds pretty great to me!
Check it out. It's happening twice at the end of the month - plenty of time to plan and get it one on your calendar. Registration is needed and easy HERE.
Peace and Love,
And by the way, Habits Made Easy isn’t an app or a set system per se. It’s the name of my workshop... one where you learn the process of how habits are built, how they crash and fail, and how to install new ones that are truly functional for everyday living.