Have you ever noticed that the more often you do something, the more likely you are to keep repeating that action in the future?
Sometimes this is good. Such as when we start doing healthy things on a regular basis — like waking up early to meet our workout buddy.
And sometimes, we get involved in a rinse-and-repeat situation that’s not so healthy: like last weekend, when I caught myself mindlessly unwrapping chocolate eggs. (And why?! They weren’t even that good!)
Performing the same actions repeatedly — moment by moment, day by day, and week by week — is how we form habits. Good and bad.
In my upcoming spring session of Camp Kale, we explore the full power of momentum for healthier habits. It’s like taking a virtual retreat. We take a break from unhealthier habits, so that we can focus on the daily habits, practices, and rituals that will bring balance and healing to the body, mind, and spirit.