Can You Change Your Unwanted Habits?

Creatures of habit: Learn how to change your life one habit at a time and enjoy the rewards.
Creatures of habit: Break free from unproductive habits

As creatures of habit, we tend to live our lives habitually. From the way we brush our teeth to the route we take to work, our habits define us. But what about the habits that hinder our growth and progress?

Is it possible to change them?

The answer is yes, and in this blog, we will explore a simple yet effective method to change any unwanted habit.

Changing a habit can be a daunting task, especially if it is something we have been doing for a long time. However, a simple method can make the process less overwhelming.

Instead of trying to change the habit permanently, think of it as something temporary, just for the short term. For example, commit to quitting smoking for 30 days, or going for a brisk walk every day for a month.

The great thing about this method is that it makes the task seem less scary.

It requires discipline, but it won’t seem as demoralizing as changing a habit for life.

After all, it’s only for 30 days.

And at the end of that timeframe, you can evaluate how you feel. Chances are, you will see and enjoy the benefits the new habit has brought into your life, and you won’t want to go back to your old ways.

Once you have successfully gone through 30 days, you can do it again for another 30 days. And then the next 30 and the next until the old habit has been replaced with a new habit. Commit yourself to 30 days straight, and if you miss a day, don’t worry.

Just acknowledge your success for the days you did stick to it, reward yourself, and start again.


As creatures of habit, we tend to stick to the same routine day in and day out. But if a habit does not allow us to progress in our lives, we can change it.

By committing to a new habit for just 30 days, we can make the process less overwhelming and see and enjoy the benefits it brings.

Change your life one habit at a time, and enjoy the rewards.

We may be creatures of habit, but we can choose which habits to keep and which we want to change.