Habits don’t always have to be bad. Some habits that we make such as working out every day or reading our bibles daily can help us grow physically and/or mentally….
Habits don’t always have to be bad. Some habits that we make such as working out every day or reading our bibles daily can help us grow physically and/or mentally. There’s ways to make something you do turn into a habit such as eating healthy or going to bed early. Here’s how!
Scientifically, habits are formed within 21 days. That means if you repeat something consistently for exactly 3 weeks, your mind will form the action into a habit. That being said, you can also break a habit in 21 days such as biting your nails or eating certain junk food every day after school! Here’s a step-by-step list of how you can achieve this:
- Make a list of which habits you want to make or which habits you want to break.
- Motivate yourself! Write down the reasons for why you’re making that habit. If your habit is to go to sleep earlier every night, write down why you want to do so! This will remind you to stick to it.
- Make a countdown. If you can make it to 21 days, then you’re on the right track! After 3 weeks, you shouldn’t even have to think about it. It should just come naturally!
- Come up with a reward to give yourself after 21 days. You made it! (You can even go off the picture to the right to make your own list!)
Think of something you want to turn into a good habit and do it. With a little motivation, it’s easier than you think!