With a few minutes of planning, and some careful thought, you will be well on your way to habitualizing your desired behaviors.

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The hardest part about doing anything new is getting into the habit of doing it. No matter how motivated you are to make a change, you will always have days where all you want to do is eat some ice cream and watch TV, or whatever your equivalent is.

In an effort to build new habits that will allow me to accomplish my goals, I recently read the book Atomic Habits by James Clear. In the book, James describes a set of strategies that are designed to tap into our psychology and our environment to build good habits and break bad ones. …


Kevin Arthur

I write about JavaScript, software engineering, and self-improvement. I’m currently learning Go and revisiting math as a topic of study.

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