Do not make resolutions

When you need to change or break a habit

I’m writing this a couple of days ahead of time.Because I’m dealing with a lot this week I thought I would just refer you to some blogs that I really like. Today is one by Michael Hyatt about breaking bad habits.


I’ve been working on breaking a bad habit, snacking at night. My husband and I have tried to begin a twelve to fourteen fast, meaning if we eat at 6:30, and have a snack at 8:00 we can’t have breakfast till at least around 8:00 the next morning. If we don’t have an evening snack, then if we don’t eat till at least 8:00, we almost get a fourteen hour fast in.

We’ve been doing great except for the last week when our schedules have been messed up. Not only am I craving carbs, (like the root beer float I just had) but half the time I can’t remember if I’ve eaten or not.

But I don’t worry too much because a little lapse isn’t a defeat. I think that’s one of the most important things to remember about making a new habit or breaking a bad one, a little lapse is not a reason to give up. So many times, we use that as an excuse.


Anyway, check our his blog if you’re interested in making a new habit or breaking an old one.

Do not make resolutions

God bless and I hope you have a good day.