30 Day Experiment

30 Day Experiment

Want to pick up a new habit or break an old pattern?

Part of any new habit is making it past the 1st month.  Thinking we must give up something for an entire lifetime is overwhelming to consider so many times we give up or never get started.

For instance, here are some things I have considered lately:
– cutting out eggs & dairy
– getting up earlier
– cutting out the news
– intermittent fasting
– reading an hour a day

Other ideas I’ve heard are to become a better listener to your partner, establish an exercise program, introducing yourself to someone new each day.

Whatever it is, to commit to it for the rest of your life can be daunting!

So there’s a powerful and simple technique I learned from the book “Personal Development for Smart People”, and it’s trying on a new habit for 30 days. That’s it! A 30 day experiment.

Why not try it on for 30 days.  After all, we can do anything for 30 days!

At the end of 30 days you’ll decide if you want to continue. If you experience a positive result, you’ll have gone far enough to establish a new behavior as a habit making it easier to continue because now you’ve got momentum on your side.  Or at the end, you’re free to return to the old way.

When will you begin and what will you try on?

The Science of Happiness

Did you know happiness is a lifelong pursuit that actually requires some work? Also, happiness is a choice.

Life will test your happiness because nothing is perfect.

Lastly, happiness is contagious! It’s a proven fact that how others feel the effects of our mood.

Choosing happiness is scientifically linked to benefiting health and life expectancy. There are many misconceptions on what will make us happy; the truth is external factors fall short time and time again. By boosting your happiness, you can learn to cope with life’s challenges more effectively.

Want some strategies? Check out Jodi’s webinar as she shares Happiness Strategies to raise your happiness vibe!