In the video, I talk about not feeling 100% today, but that I'm committed to stayin gon track. It feels good. So, by the time I am done with my walk, thinking and verbalizing what I am thankful for in my life, and then having a bit of breakfast I'm ready to attack the day. While I do not have quite as much energy as I did yesterday, I certainly have more now than I did when I woke up.
My concern, as I stated in the video, was staying committed to this new 'morning walk/reflection' time every morning for 30 days. I am concerned because I know myself, and I know about how many times I've started something that I know will be good for me, only to lose steam a week in and quit.
I found this article (http://www.prolificliving.com/blog/2010/08/03/beyond-first-30-days-staying-committed-to-habits/) to have some good advice, whereas the take aways for me are:
1 - Practise firmness and kindness with myself
2 - Let habits build on each other
3 - Reject the notion that I can't do it, for whatever reason
and 4 (which isn't listed) to enlist the support of others, which is why I'm sharing in the first place.
Do you know of other article or ideas on how best to keep/build momentum in the face of habit changing?