The 100 Day Reality Challenge

Hello dear co-creators,

don't you also feel like no matter how bad we want things to change, how bad we want us to change it is just not happening. We plan our days, pack them full with plans, procrastinate during the day and in the evening we panic and go to bad we a negative feeling of not have accomplished anything or all of it today. Going to bad with a negative feeling and waking up with it just sets up the mood for the next day. How to get out of that and get the spiral going in the other direction: up, up and up. 

To break the habit of failure and disappointment or any other bad habit it is important to start the day in a good mood and set yourself one goal for today no matter how small; it is actually better to start with very small goals and advance to bigger once. And no matter what, you have to/will achieve that goal. I do my goal setting in the morning after meditation when I am in the state of high awareness and positive vibrations. Once you decided what your goal is say it out loud, so you can hear yourself, it will stick with you through the day. 

To brake a bad habit you have to stick with the good, changed habit for 30-40 days, practiced every day it WILL become your new habit and it doesn't matter what it is as long as you do it EVERY day. 

In the evening before you go to bad say your gratitude for the day and acknowledge the fact that you achieved your goal, that you can do anything if you set up your mind to it. 

By using this technique I hope to brake my bad habits and turn them into good habits, so I can become the person I know I am in my heart and reach out to more people I can help.

Much Love,


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Comment by Julia on January 30, 2013 at 4:19am

Thanks for the comment Raizel. It has been said by many life coaches that for braking a bad habit it is needed to stick to a new habit for some 30-40 days in order to change that. But of course you are right as well, who ever wanted to change a habit in the past knows that it is very difficult. When I change my habits I do have days, where I don't follow them and then I do what you said, instead of being discouraging I always come back to it. However the change of that new habit does take longer in the process, but I guess that is human and is OK too as long as you get where you wanted to be.  

Comment by Raizel on January 29, 2013 at 10:55am

I don't think the most important thing is to stick to your practices rigorously every single day. I think the most important thing is to never give up, and always come back to them :)

Comment by Julia on January 29, 2013 at 6:59am

Thanks Anja and Linda. And I think you are right Linda, that there is no right way but many different ways to achieve whatever you desire. It is a good advice to learn to smile at some destruction coming your way, they come into your life perhaps for a reason.    

Comment by Linda Young on January 28, 2013 at 5:41pm
Hi Julia, I like to think that there are no wrong ways, just different much as I love setting goals ( and achieving them) I have found smiling at distractions rather than being frustrated with them helpful. I figure that what I don't get done will wait until tomorrow for me. However I aim to get one special task done each day. Not aiming too high means I am less likely to be disappointed and if I get two special tasks complete I'm excited! Good luck with it all and know that you're not alone...we're all here and in it together!!!
Comment by Anja Toetenel on January 28, 2013 at 5:20pm

Thanks for sharing wise girl! I loved reading it and find it very useful Good luck with breaking the habits, I simply know you can, yesssssssssssssss :)

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