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How to solve your 3 worst eating habits

How to solve your 3 worst eating habits

You don’t have to change all your eating habits. That would be overwhelming, and habit change requires simplicity and focus Now you know a little bit about habit change via building an exercise habit. If you haven’t done that yet, then read this how-to page…

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Version therapy

Version therapy

Reproduction is a pleasurable process, no? As I continue to play with print and paint, I’m moved by similarity and difference   ♥WOOP WOOP! SALE OF BIRD PRINTS BEGINS HERE MONDAY 1st DECEMBER WITH SPECIAL OFFERS FOR FIRST 48 HOURS♥ You’ve never been able to…

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How to make the universe smaller

How to make the universe smaller

I shouldn’t have made my world of bad habits so vast. So I simplified it Here it is, boiled down to a few handy mottos. More words that are in me! * * * What are your mottos for yourself? Click on the pale grey…

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How one habit begets another

How one habit begets another

 Mapping how habits hinge on each other helps me figure out what to fix first when it’s all up in the air I veer off course Imagine my good lifestyle habits, my happiness, are like slowly riding a wobbly bike. A space bike. Trying to…

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Caffeine comeback: What to do when your new habit lapses

Caffeine comeback: What to do when your new habit lapses

What will you do, when you clean out a Dirty Rabbit only to scuff up the den again? I broke my bad caffeine habit, then broke my good caffeine habit. Here’s how I mended it all You have a shiny new habit It’s good. You…

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How to start a virtuous circle

How to start a virtuous circle

And how to end a vicious circle! There’s one change I need to make for all the others to flow What a virtuous circle. Laura Eades 2014 Dear Laura, There’s one easy thing you can do that will have a profound effect on all your…

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How to break a habit: first, admit it

How to break a habit: first, admit it

Shaking off denial is a necessary preliminary. Admitting, for example, how badly I now pick my toenails. Yep. My toenails Own up. Don’t worry, your bad habit probably isn’t as weird as this one of mine! This is like the bit of the private and…

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Your secret weapon against eating (when you really shouldn’t)

Your secret weapon against eating (when you really shouldn’t)

Shame culture does our eating no favours. If you agree, ‘like’ my Youtube animation to help me win a scholarship I’ve gone all out and drawn an animation to try to win a scholarship to train as an eating psychology coach. Far from diets and…

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Your bad habits are a metaphor

Your bad habits are a metaphor

Seeing bad habits as the enemy is harsh. We can’t just beat them into submission with willpower   So.. can’t I just change my daily habits to eat better? I’ve decided to work on the ‘What I Eat’ after the ‘Who I Am As An…

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Career rethink #4: Self-starting, but don’t want solitude

Career rethink #4: Self-starting, but don’t want solitude

 You’re your own boss. But are you a kind one? Here are the best blogs for staying sane – and connected When I took maternity leave, and then voluntary redundancy, I hoped that writing a novel might fit around childcare. But as any writer will…

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