Aristotle had this to share about habits: “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”
The motivation for developing a positive health habit may come from the beckoning of a New Year, a firm nudge from your doctor or your ever-expanding waistline. A few months ago we talked about how to break bad habits. While bad habits can almost miraculously get set in stone overnight, developing a good habit takes a bit more coaxing, commitment, deliberation and time. But you can become a true master at developing a good habit. You just need the tools and resolve to help you get there.
Here are five practical tips to transform your healthy pipe dream into a solid reality.