Challenge: 30 days of meditation – Day 28

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Meditation – Day 28

My last 3 days of the challenge have been the hardest ones to do!

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Today, I decided to do  a guided meditation. It seems that after all these days the session feels more natural but I haven’t been able to create the habit, yet!

I still have to think about it and force myself to do it.

Since there is a general idea about a new habit being formed after only 21 days I decided to look into it. I found out an article from Huffington Post, backed up by science, saying that it takes 66 days to form a new habit.

So, I think that means I will try to stop being so hard on myself since there is still a long way to go. I just have to stick with it and one day it will become part of my routine and I will do it naturally.

I am hard on myself when I fail but I have recently learned that if I try and fail it is better than not trying at all.

That’s why I have decided to do something productive every day towards my goal. Even if it is only a small step.

When we move forward 1% every day after 365 days we have moved forward 365%. WOW!

Imagine that over several years!


The 1% Rule

The 1% Rule

I have recently found that out through reading the book The 1% Rule by Tommy Baker.

I have fallen in love with the book so I highly recommend it, specially for those who want to reach their goals and stop procrastination.

However, it won’t be easy to follow through, it requires hard work and a strong will.

Until tomorrow,


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