Around 40% of everything you do is done out of habit. Most of what you eat, if you exercise, how you feel, and most other things are controlled by these automatic behaviors.
Habits are the foundation for self-improvement. When you have a solid foundation, you find the time and energy to focus on other more difficult things. You have something to rely on when times get tough. Something to fall back on and help you survive till it passes.
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Everybody has experienced something traumatic. The trauma you’ve experienced has a larger impact on your life than you might think. Today it might look like destructive patterns you can’t leave behind, social isolation, mental health issues, substance abuse, or other things that bring you down. If you want to reach your full potential, you have to understand your trauma and how to heal. You have to understand how it’s a strength and not a weakness.
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Journaling is one of the best habits you can form for self-improvement. It’s simple yet extremely efficient.
Journaling can help you heal trauma, build habits, increase self-esteem, and much more.
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