In brief, habits are formed when there is a cue, followed by routine, followed by reward. For example, when I get off work and come home, my cue to snack, freak out, have a panic attack, pace the house, or act insane is initial feelings of anxiety. My reward must be some sort of relief from my stress or else this pattern, habit, would not have formed. So there it is, one of my most simple habits diagrammed using Duhigg’s formula: cue: anxiety, routine: snacking/pacing, reward: relief. … More Habit Forming: Oasis
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Be the Change.” I have never blogged consistently for a very long period of time. I have created several blogs in the past, all with great intentions, but none that fulfilled those intentions. It’s difficult to faithfully share on my blog given the season of life I … More Prompt Response: Be the change
My husband and I hosted a New Years party in which we played the game “What’s Yours Like?” The premise of the game is for one person to be the “guesser” of a noun on the piece of paper being passed around the group, and for the hinters to give one honest, accurate, yet obscure, … More Talented…or not?