Forming Habits in Bitesize Chunks
It’s Christmas Eve Eve (I’m using artistic license to claim that as a day). It’s 7:30am, it’s dark and a bit of a ghost town as I look out of the window of the local coffee shop.
This has to be the calm before the storm. Surely in a few hours time as the sun rises and the nation slowly gets to grips with the fact that there’s just 48 hours to go until the big day, this place will come to life.
The car park will be filled to the brim with cars nested side by side like sardines in a tin.
Latecomers to the shopping centre will be on the hunt for that one available space out of thousands. Like a Great White sensing a drop of blood in the ocean, they stalk shoppers loaded up with bags, trudging back to their cars to free themselves of the weight.
But are they leaving or are they heading back for round 2? Whatever happens, one thing’s for sure. They’re gonna need a bigger boat!
Not everyone’s a morning person, but it certainly works f0r me. I’ve definitely been the early bird catching the worm instead of a night Owl. I find it the most productive time of the day.
Get the gym stuff out the way. Get the adrenaline flowing and hit the day hard from the start and don’t let up until it’s time to hit the hay.
It’s a habit that I’ve formed over the years. And this is what I want to talk about in today’s blog.
How to form positive habits to keep you progressing forward with your fitness goals each and every day…