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Jan 01, 2014


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First of all, I love this way of looking at habits. Like you said, it feels truthful.

Secondly, it brings up two things:
1) My best friend, when she trained for a marathon (starting as a non-runner), wrote her runs on a calendar AND gave herself a sticker. The stickers added a bright touch and really enforced the visual. I love that.
2) Did I tell you about my "healthy successes jar"? It was my way of creating momentum, and another powerful, pretty visual.

Sarah Jennings

Tricia, this entry is inspiring. Both your writing - which I love reading- and your musings about tracking your walks.
I'm still working on my kitchen cabinets. Momentum! Success momentum! I hope it's in that pull down menu you mention.
High five, my friend!


Thanks for your kind words. It can be hard to guess if what I'm writing will be of interest to anyone else.

Now as for those cabinets - that's a physical and mental workout if you ask me!


What a great idea Kristina. I love that it's visual and low tech. Not to mention I have a bit of a weakness for those jars!

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