The Final Secrets to Getting Rid of All Your Bad Habits

The Final Secrets to Getting Rid of All Your Bad Habits

Throughout this month, you’ve discovered what defines a bad habit, how to use the Pareto Principle to obliterate one bad habit at a time, and why willpower should be your new best friend. With all of this information and all of these tools at your disposal, there’s one last conversation to have before we are complete. 

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Why You Need to Make Willpower Your New Best Friend

Why You Need to Make Willpower Your New Best Friend

Imagine if you could sustain an infinite amount of willpower every single day of your life. Would you do it? Would this finally convince you get rid of your bad habits for good, step into a new way of being, and live life to your fullest potential? Well, guess what? You can do it, and I'm going to show you how. Make willpower your new best friend and no roadblock will be too cumbersome for you ever again.

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How to Break Bad Habits One at a Time

How to Break Bad Habits One at a Time

When you're no longer in the dark about where your bad habits come from, it can be hard to take it all in at once. All of your bad habits right before your eyes, and somehow, you're supposed to stay calm and believe everything will be okay. Well, I'm here to tell you everything WILL be okay. In this post, I'm going to show you how to address each habit one by one until POOF! no more bad habits.

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Why Do We Have Bad Habits in the First Place?

Why Do We Have Bad Habits in the First Place?

When it comes to breaking habits, we have to understand how they develop in the first place. There's nothing worse than knowing a problem exists, but having no idea how to address it. By discovering how we define what's "good" and what's "bad" and why we sometimes alt for the latter, we can begin life anew with less guilt and worry.

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The Best Health Decision I Have Ever Made

The Best Health Decision I Have Ever Made

Holy cow, I made it. Tomorrow my freedom to eat all the sweets my heart desires returns, but with this great freedom comes great responsibility. My goal moving forward will be to tone down my sugar rage and eat more consciously. I won't restrict myself from a taste every now and again, but let's just say a package of Golden Oreos will last a bit longer than a few days. I will no longer treat moderation as a fleeting thought. I will commit to it from here on out.

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How To Break Through Your Hidden Temptations

How To Break Through Your Hidden Temptations

Whenever we challenge ourselves to make a change in our behavior, reverting back to our old habits is a comforting thought. It's easy and familiar. All I could think about this week was just getting “a little something” to tie me over for the final two weeks and how it would be alright if I slipped, but didn’t fall. But the entire purpose of these challenges is to embrace the discomfort in order to break away from my old self. I need to embrace the flexibility of my emotions, but not allow them to break me.

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Why Sugar's Damning Secrets Need To Be Exposed

Why Sugar's Damning Secrets Need To Be Exposed

The chemical affects of sugar on our brains is scarily similar to the affects of society's less accepted substances. We need to take a hard look at what sugar does to our minds and question whether or not our level of consumption is worth the consequences. Let's fuel ourselves with the nutrients our bodies deserve and use the resources available to accomplish this task. There are professionals waiting patiently with the expertise to get us there and a little shift in our financial priorities will make the transition all the easier.

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Sweet Emotion: Shining the Spotlight on an Unhealthy Addiction

Sweet Emotion: Shining the Spotlight on an Unhealthy Addiction

Addiction comes in many forms, but there is one in particular that has embedded itself in American culture, and even worse, has been accepted. As its leading promoter, I speak from experience. However, this month, I am looking to kick the habit and regain my self-control. Actually, "regain" isn't the right word. Who am I kidding? I have allowed it to control me my entire life. I never had self-control in the first place, but now is the time to find what that feels like.

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