The definition of a habit is a behavior that we do repeatedly, often without even realizing that we’re doing it. Have you ever noticed that certain people complain all the time while others don’t?
A friend sent me an email on the benefits of drinking water at specific times. Her source came from the Mayo Clinic. I have not checked her source but I wanted to share it anyway.
When 20-year-old Sally got sunburned again for the third time on spring break, she vowed to start using sunscreen. She was starting a good habit.
Do you find yourself turning down help from a volunteer, a family member, or a friend? I’m not referring to hiring someone to work in your home or office. I’m talking about being quick to say, “No thank you, I appreciate your offer, but I’m fine,” only to find yourself wishing you had considered the person’s help.
Nail biting is one of many compulsive habits that may be plaguing you. Nail biting, also known as onychophagy, is an oral compulsive habit.
My fascination with “habits” began while giving a series of workshops on “The Five Habits of Health to Achieve a Healthy Weight and Vibrant Life.” It would be my first attempt to make this kind of presentation and I was thrilled that it was held at a cardiologist’s office.