Take Ownership

Habits become habits when we no longer have to think about what it is we are doing. For instance, chewing. You don’t have to tell yourself when or how to chew, you just chew. The problem then lies when a habit is not a healthy one.

Having an unhealthy habit is one of the hardest things to rid yourself of. You have to take ownership of your body and your mind. You have to retrain your brain to be consciously aware all of the time until that habit has changed.

Only you are in control of your thoughts and actions. Only you can break a bad habit.

Be aware.

Work on yourself FOR yourself.

Change is good.

That is all,

Jenn

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