Keeping up the habit of sharing a helpful habit! Today I share answers to the questions about the anchor of our day. A habit of a couple of decades. Originally posted November 2009 and updated recently on Hodgepodge for today’s needs. Afternoon Quiet Time is this… If you haven’t read the other posts in this series, please do: Shh! It’s Quiet Time Just Take a
January is the month so many are working on, hoping to and longing to establish new habits. So, here we are at the end of January. How are you doing? You may be wondering how do you make habits stick? Today, over at Habits for a Happy Home I am sharing all the best – from each of our authors – from the archives. We
In my last post on making habits stick I mentioned Flylady’s one habit a month. Since then I’ve been reminded of other avenues for habit building. One is making three goals to reach in 30 days. So, three habits in a month. 3 in 30. But this is the one that I really like. Join me at Habits for a Happy Home today…
from the 2010 Hodgepodge archives…How to build habits in the day to day… Several weeks ago, I took our two eldest children on a shopping trip. The eldest girl needed some new clothes. She wanted to shop at a fashion store in an upscale shopping center. She had a 40% off coupon in hand, and was ready to find some bargains.
This relation of habit to human life––as the rails on which it runs to a locomotive––is perhaps the most suggestive and helpful to the educator; for just as it is on the whole easier for the locomotive to pursue its way on the rails than to take a disastrous run off them, so it is easier for the child to follow lines of habit carefully