progranulindefect wrote:this is what i'm going to do...
Wow, Pro! what a great list. Now I feel better about working on my 3 priorities, 7 focus points, in total and wish you great success in yours. I am impressed and you gave me some good ideas.
Stavia, thank you so much! "Chunking" has inspired me to get going on these and at simplifying other areas I'm working in.
Jolicoeur, thanks so much for the encouragement and floss links. I don't tend to be too hard on myself and may extend my month to 2-3 months to get these mastered. Actually, I am farther along in many areas than it sounds like, meaning, they aren't all starting from scratch but doing what I already do better. Like, Food is already pretty much a habit, these are just small extensions (reminders to take it a step farther), Walking is new, brain training is new, sleep changes are new but my life has already been changed by the changes I have made this month and I'm still making sleep changes. Very gratifying to be so much more deeply rested. Flossing is "new again" and, after reading more I have decided to look for a natural, non-destructive mouthwash and add some microbiome assistance. So, After much thought (thanks, all!) I will keep my list and cut my self some slack on days I need it.
Slacker, thanks especially for the dental work and gum disease search suggestions. Reading those is really helping and my searching abilities are learning, too!
Jan, I always enjoy your comments and sense of humor but especially your great positive energy. Thank you and best wishes on finding a few personal goals that are meaningful and helpful to you. I really do experience "the hurrier I go, the behinder I get," and, I can do anything if I am willing to go slow enough, take small enough steps. True lifestyle change is my resolution and these are the small steps that produce mountain climbing results.
Practice makes progress!
Drae -- floundering forward, everlasting beginner.
Poco a poco. it don't work if you don't do it.
JulieG: Sticking with it slowly.
G.K. Chesterton: Practice makes progress.
A thing worth doing well is worth doing badly at first.