We all have something that we say we should do differently. I know I should be avoiding screens 45 minutes before bed. Studies have proven the blue light from televisions and phones suppresses the production of melatonin, keeping us awake longer.
But we both know it’s not that easy! Sometimes it feels nice to fall asleep to a movie. And how hard is it not to check email or reply to texts just before heading to sleepy town? I know from experience that while habits are hard to break, it starts with one small step.
For this challenge, let’s each choose a habit we not only know we should change, but something we could change to better ourselves and do it for 30 days! In the end, we’ll either have adopted a new way of living or we’ll decide it wasn’t for us. Either way, we’ll feel great knowing we made a change with good intentions and that we have control over our vices. It’s a win/win!
Not sure what to ditch for thirty days? Here are some ideas inspired by many of your Ask Jules emails:
• Limit daily caffeine.
• Go sugar-free.
• Don’t pick at blemishes.
• Stop biting nails.
• Go to bed earlier.
• Clear out your email inbox each day.
What will your 30-day challenge be?
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