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Creating a Habit

Hey my love, 

How long has it been since you’ve done a bit of an audit of the year? 

Isn’t it crazy to think that we are almost halfway through the year?

I find mid-year is such a potent time to audit my daily habits & rituals and see what has worked well (and what maybe hasn’t) for the first half of the year! It’s so important to constantly be checking in to see whether the daily things we are doing are supporting our goals. 

What I’ve been really working on this year is the concept of “how you do one thing is how you do everything”, I’ve been making sure I show up in every aspect of my life - especially the little things (because they really are the big things). 

I wanted to share some of my top tips when it comes to creating & maintaining habits. This is for my gals who have some big goals that they’re ready to accomplish this year. 

If you create habits that serve your higher self and your goals then everything else will fall into place. 

Here are my top tips for creating habits:

  1. Start small: It’s important to start small - don’t try to change everything at once, the all or nothing approach will die fast. Focus on one thing at a time. For example, if you want to start going to the gym 5 times a week - build up slowly, start with daily exercise and then swap it to gym sessions. 
  2. Be consistent: This is one of the hardest and most important parts. Try to do that new habit every day, or at the same time each week. It helps you to build momentum and implement it into your routine as a non-negotiable. 
  3. Hold yourself accountable: Find an accountability buddy or use a habit tracker to have some accountability to your new habits. Having that extra person can be so helpful to keep you on track and motivated. 
  4. Track your progress: Remember to think about where you started and where you are now. It is not a quick fix, it’s a slow journey and it’s very easy to forget about where we started and how far we have come. 
  5. Reward yourself: Celebrate every win, no matter how small. Rewarding yourself is an important part of habit formation and makes it a lot easier to continue with your healthy habits. 

Remember, creating habits takes time and effort. If it was easy - everyone would do it. If you’re feeling like you may need a reset or are lacking a bit of clarity as to what your goals actually are then our Do It for your future self course would be perfect for you. We are doing a live round beginning July 3rd - you can check it out here if you are interested. 

Love always, 
G xx 

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