As we walked through Disney World, brightened by joy, the smell hit me.
The smile on my face turned into; I want to rip the cigarette out of your mouth and bop you on the head with it kind of look.
I hate cigarette smoke.
I hold my breath.
I hate it even more around my children.
“Why the hell are people still smoking,” I thought to myself. They smell bad, they look bad, and it kills them.
The quick answer is habits.
a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up.
We all have bad habits that impact our lives.
Like smoking, eating cookies before bed, being rude to others because you slept bad, being sedentary, avoiding personal development because you’re okay with the status quo, and not growing in your career.
My weakness is snacking on chips.
They’re the plus to my minus. The beat to my heart. The stars to my moon.
A whole bag of any size gets destroyed in my mouth, and I realize they make me weak.
Bad habits don’t help me achieve my life’s purpose.
But these will…
Start implementing these daily habits to improve your life.
Get high-quality sleep.
Bad sleep causes mental, physical, and emotional problems.
According to the RAND Corporations article, “Why Sleep Matters: Quantifying the Economic Costs of Insufficient Sleep,” it states that the
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States has declared insufficient sleep a ‘public health problem’, with more than one-third of American adults not getting enough sleep on a regular basis. However, insufficient sleep is not exclusively a US problem; it equally concerns other countries.