Why Are Bad Habits So Hard To Break And Good Habits So Hard To Develop
You ever wonder why it is so hard to break those bad habits. Or why it’s so hard to develop good habits? Is it because the bad habits yield us greater satisfaction because deep down inside the bad habit is something we really want regardless of the consequences.
Isn’t more fun to grab some junk food, a bag of chips and beer and kick back in the recliner and get ready for Monday Night Football, and fall asleep watching the game than it is to exercise, prepare a healthy meal, read a book and go to bed early?
I’ll be the first to admit I still have some really bad habits. I did manage to quit smoking a few years ago. But those bad eating and sleeping habits are still hanging on. Hopefully with a little due diligence I will be able to make some adjustments there soon too.