We are all guilty of doing things that don’t add value to our life. Sometimes we do these things out of habit while sometimes, we do these things because society dictates us to. We do these things because it has become the norm when in reality we could stop doing it and nobody would even notice.
It has been ages since I last wrote about my quest to become a minimalist! So, I don’t blame you guys if you completely forgot about it. It has been a steady ride so far and I am totally enjoying the journey that I decided to give you guys an update and try to inspire you to check minimalism out.
It’s the time of the year when everyone, and I mean everyone, gets a pen and paper and starts making lists. A lot of people make resolutions, yearly bucket lists or even challenges for the year to come. I’m personally not a fan but I did make a 30 Things To Do Before 30 list so I will share my personal experience in making lists and how to stick to it.
Part of my Dirty 30 is a 130lb weight goal. This is a very difficult goal since I am not a very active person. To be able to successfully accomplish this goal, I know that I need to have an effective exercise habit. It’s foolproof, add more exercise in your life and you’ll surely end up losing a few pounds. But how do I create an effective exercise habit when I don’t like exercising even just a bit?