Have you heard that it takes 21 days to form a habit?
It takes at least 21 days to form a habit. This means that you have to do something at least 21 times before it begins to become part of your everyday routine. So . . .
- Decide exactly what you want to do. Write it down and post it where you can see it every day, like your bathroom mirror. Be as specific as possible.
I will keep my bathroom clean. (Yes, it is a small goal for some, but for me this is huge!) bgFirst I will clean the bathroom (obviously) Then I will keep items off the counter and wipe it daily.
- Schedule time to do what you want to do. Again, it takes 21 days to form a habit, so schedule at least 21 days on your calendar and don't let anything get in the way of your schedule. If you miss one of your scheduled days, it's best to start over and schedule another 21 days. You must be consistent and dedicated to doing what you want to do.
I will tidy the bathroom everyday after I shower and dress.
3.Once you reach your 21 days, congratulations! Don't stop now though, schedule another 21 days, and then another and so on, until you do those things you want to do, without even thinking about them . . . like brushing your teeth.
Wish Me Luck!
by Maria Gracia - Get Organized Now!
Feel free to join me on the 21 day challenge all my blog readers (all 4 of you)! Let me know what your new habit will be! If you decide to blog about it, send me your links.
Did you know that there are people who are organized? It's a rare sort of person. I enjoy "The Lazy Organizer," because it gives me great hope that you can be lazy and organized! Because I am often lazy, and I want to be organized. There's hope for me yet! Take a look at her gallery. It's full of organized goodness!