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What is a habit anyway?

What is a habit anyway?

What is a habit anyway? As I began to explore the topic of habits, I realized that I really didn’t understand what habits are as well as I thought I did. I had a lot of questions, as I imagine you have too. I’m going to explore these questions and share with you some of the research and my perspective on how habits can help us to live happier and healthier lives. In this blog we talk about the elephant in the room: what is a habit anyway?

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Everything you need to know about introvert hangover

Everything you need to know about introvert hangover

I used to think that I was just 'low energy' or maybe just a little bit sickly. When I heard about introversion, a lot of things suddenly made sense. When I heard about the introvert hangover, a lot more things suddenly made sense 😆 A lot of introverts have experienced introvert hangover without realizing what was happening or why. Maybe you’ve never heard of the introvert hangover or maybe you have experienced it before and you want some insights on how to deal with it. Read this blog if you want to know what introvert hangover is, the science behind it, and how to prevent it or recover from it.

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3 easy habits that helped me to read one book a week

3 easy habits that helped me to read one book a week

Loads of my introverted friends are booklovers. It’s one of the activities that recharges a lot of introverts and helps them to learn about new topics and feel inspired. Growing up, you could always find me with a book and it's one of the activities that I still make time for and truly enjoy. If you’re looking for a way to get (back) into reading but can’t find the time, then this might help. Here are 3 habits (+ one bonus) that helped me to read one book a week

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Potato hell

Potato hell

What started with one moldy potato turned into long boney potato root fingers trying to claw their way out and it’s now become a full stench of potato in various states of decomposition. This didn’t happen over the span of a couple of days either. Nope. It easily took a couple of months to get here. Every day I thought: I’ll get to it later. I’m busy. Ugh, I’m exhausted… and I’d quickly close the cupboard door. At first, the reasons were certainly valid. I was busy that day. And I was exhausted the day after. But it quickly turned into active procrastination.

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Client story: How being aware of your natural process gets rid of overwhelm and helps you to internalize good habits

Client story: How being aware of your natural process gets rid of overwhelm and helps you to internalize good habits

In a 1-1 coaching program, we discovered Kimi’s natural advantage: The things she naturally excels at. We discovered that Kimi is very good at connecting with what people need to get them where they want to go. When she makes this connection, a plan effortlessly appears in her mind and she’s very good at responding and taking action in the moment when windows of opportunity present themselves. In the program, we then looked at ways to connect with Kimi’s natural advantage to break the vicious cycle of overwhelm and low energy.

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