Tag Archives: Habits

Accountable

Gretchen Rubin posits in Better Than Before that we tend to fall into one of four tendencies, depending on how we hold ourselves accountable.  We are generally accountable internally (Questioners—we’ll only make external commitments if we understand and agree with … Continue reading

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Before, During, After

True confession:  I’ve become a fan of The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up, a way to think about, honor, let go of, and/or enjoy the things in my house. Marie Kondo, the author, suggests we hold each object we own … Continue reading

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Habit? Maybe not!

A friend and I were comparing notes recently. Both of us can create a habit for months at a time. Then one day we don’t do it; more months can go by before we even think about it again. We … Continue reading

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