Happy new year to you!
Over the Christmas period, I’ve been thinking about habits and their place in life. I’ve come to the conclusion that many habits are liberating and energising, rather than fettering. This is because they save us from the difficult, draining business of making decisions and exercising self-control. For example, my morning routine of putting the kettle on, unstacking the dishwasher, eating breakfast and having a shower – every single day – means that I don’t have to think hard or be creative in the morning (handy, as my brain takes some time to warm up).
While it can feel tedious to have too many habits, a well-placed one can make life so much simpler and efficient. So, this week, I will be relishing my habits so my brain is freed up to be imaginative at the important moments.
Hi, I'm Joanna from Clean Well-Being.
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