Our routines are ever-changing - either for better or for worse.
In this blog post, we discuss the science behind why your brain freaks out when you’re in the process of creating a new habit, and most importantly, how to trick your brain and overcome it anyway!
Why is it so important to build lasting habits?
Habits provide the foundation for our goals and, more importantly, our lives.
There are just so many reasons to start developing good habits.
You rush around stressed out all day. You feel behind the clock. Exhausted. Your brain doesn’t want to work anymore. You feel fried. Frazzled.
So how are you going to fix this? What can you do?
As teenagers, we go through so many changes - from our school work increasing, starting casual jobs, shifts in our friendships groups and hormones raging.
We have so many changes that happen to our body, mind and circumstances. This is why it is so important to look after ourselves by implementing self-care.
Change can be stressful, and quite often, not welcome.
We want to show you 7 ways in which to turn that situation around in your mind, and to deal with this change and the stress it can bring, in a positive way.
Change is hard. Change that's necessary and required to fight injustice is even harder because it requires us to demand change in ourselves and others.
It can be overwhelming to know where to start — but it's imperative that we do.
Small actions, followed by another small action, leads to greater and more significant change.
If you’re feeling stuck or nervous about the idea of opening up on the page, don’t worry! I will walk you through the steps you can take to start your journaling practice.
3 Steps to Start Journaling + Handy Prompts