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Now that’s what you call, a sticky situation. Badum tsss⁣
I know it’s a horrible joke😂 ⁣
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Here’s my habit tracker for November👻🎃⁣
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Hope y’all are having a cozy Tuesday, ‘cause it’s getting colder, ‘cause here in our province there’s a typhoon coming and it’s already signal no.2, so classes are suspended. ⁣
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Also, to those who are going to be affected by Typhoon Ramon, hope y’all stay safe and always stay alert!! ⁣
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  • 🕷🕸⁣
    -⁣
    Now that’s what you call, a sticky situation. Badum tsss⁣
    I know it’s a horrible joke😂 ⁣

    Here’s my habit tracker for November👻🎃⁣

    Hope y’all are having a cozy Tuesday, ‘cause it’s getting colder, ‘cause here in our province there’s a typhoon coming and it’s already signal no.2, so classes are suspended. ⁣

    Also, to those who are going to be affected by Typhoon Ramon, hope y’all stay safe and always stay alert!! ⁣

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  • 31 6 19 November, 2019
  • Happy Friday everyone! This layout has been my go to for a few months now. It’s super functional and I actually keep up with it! Here’s a shot before the pen.
  • Happy Friday everyone! This layout has been my go to for a few months now. It’s super functional and I actually keep up with it! Here’s a shot before the pen.
  • 13 1 4 October, 2019
  • SUPER SIMPLE 3-STEP PROCESS FOR CREATING A HABIT

1. Start small & specific

You will set yourself up for failure if your goal is to start exercising, for example, when exercising hasn’t been a part of your routine for a while. It may feel like too big of a task and leave you overwhelmed and not knowing where to start-- which means it’s likely that you WON’T start. Instead of adding “exercise” as a habit, try adding “one walk around the block” or “30 crunches” to get the ball rolling. Once you get moving, you may find that you want to keep going, and you will be left feeling proud of yourself for doing more than you intended, instead of not doing enough.

2. Track progress

Having a visual allows you to see how consistent you are with the habit or behavior you are trying to change. Keep a log of how many days you do those 30 crunches. Check your overall progress after one month instead of every day. A monthly habit tracker is a great tool for this. Maybe you have one bad week, but when you look at the overall month, you see that over half of the month was on target for the habit you are trying to build. From this perspective, it makes that bad week less significant. Plus, once you’ve got a streak going, it may make you more motivated to keep going and see how long you can make it.

3. Plan for failure

You have to accept the fact that you WILL fail. We are human, after all. There will be days that you miss. What’s more important than missing a day is how you respond to it. Will you give up entirely? Or forgive yourself and be more determined to get back on track? A good rule of thumb is: don’t miss twice. Another thing that helps is giving yourself small rewards for progress. Maybe every 5 days that you do crunches you will treat yourself to something special.

What’s something that YOU do to get back on track after you’ve missed a day or two in your habit tracker?

#actionablegoals #createthelifeyoulove #bulletjournalhabits #handletteredquote #handletteredart #bujosetup2019 #thebujournalist #becomeabetteryou #bulletjournalideas #bulletjournal2019setup
  • SUPER SIMPLE 3-STEP PROCESS FOR CREATING A HABIT

    1. Start small & specific

    You will set yourself up for failure if your goal is to start exercising, for example, when exercising hasn’t been a part of your routine for a while. It may feel like too big of a task and leave you overwhelmed and not knowing where to start-- which means it’s likely that you WON’T start. Instead of adding “exercise” as a habit, try adding “one walk around the block” or “30 crunches” to get the ball rolling. Once you get moving, you may find that you want to keep going, and you will be left feeling proud of yourself for doing more than you intended, instead of not doing enough.

    2. Track progress

    Having a visual allows you to see how consistent you are with the habit or behavior you are trying to change. Keep a log of how many days you do those 30 crunches. Check your overall progress after one month instead of every day. A monthly habit tracker is a great tool for this. Maybe you have one bad week, but when you look at the overall month, you see that over half of the month was on target for the habit you are trying to build. From this perspective, it makes that bad week less significant. Plus, once you’ve got a streak going, it may make you more motivated to keep going and see how long you can make it.

    3. Plan for failure

    You have to accept the fact that you WILL fail. We are human, after all. There will be days that you miss. What’s more important than missing a day is how you respond to it. Will you give up entirely? Or forgive yourself and be more determined to get back on track? A good rule of thumb is: don’t miss twice. Another thing that helps is giving yourself small rewards for progress. Maybe every 5 days that you do crunches you will treat yourself to something special.

    What’s something that YOU do to get back on track after you’ve missed a day or two in your habit tracker?

    #actionablegoals #createthelifeyoulove #bulletjournalhabits #handletteredquote #handletteredart #bujosetup2019 #thebujournalist #becomeabetteryou #bulletjournalideas #bulletjournal2019setup
  • 13 3 16 September, 2019
  • Back-to-school season is here! 📚📓 ✏️
  • Back-to-school season is here! 📚📓 ✏️
  • 70 3 30 August, 2019
  • 💧Much needed tracker💧 I changed contacts for the first time in what might have been three months recently. I try and change every two (I know one is standard, but contacts are expensive!). Anyways. I also forgot to take the contact that wasn’t ripped out of my other eye and put my new one right over the old one! I couldn’t figure out what was wrong with it😂. Anyways. I can’t think of anything else to put on this list?
  • 💧Much needed tracker💧 I changed contacts for the first time in what might have been three months recently. I try and change every two (I know one is standard, but contacts are expensive!). Anyways. I also forgot to take the contact that wasn’t ripped out of my other eye and put my new one right over the old one! I couldn’t figure out what was wrong with it😂. Anyways. I can’t think of anything else to put on this list?
  • 34 8 21 February, 2019