52 Weeks of Change

@snowy22315 (54541)
United States
January 18, 2018 10:06am CST
Maybe this would have been better to buy at the first of the year but I have it now. This is a Kindle book I got for free as part of the Prime subscription. The premise is making a small change every week until it becomes an ingrained habit. They say one small change per week, can end with a happier, healthier you at the end of the year. I am now working on the change habit number one which is drinking more water. I do drink alot of fluids but some of them are not all that healthy..I have resolved to keep a water bottle with me and drink from it often, until I have reached my quota per day..aiming for roughtly 64 oz.
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@Spontaneo (1814)
• United States
18 Jan
I have also read about taking steps to make habits. I like to get in 80 ounces a day. They say to drink half your weight in ounces each day.
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@snowy22315 (54541)
• United States
18 Jan
They also say you can count some of your fluids towards your total but I think it is healthier just to drink the water.
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@Spontaneo (1814)
• United States
18 Jan
@snowy22315 Me too.
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@marlina (79730)
• Canada
18 Jan
Good luck
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@snowy22315 (54541)
• United States
18 Jan
Thanks
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• Defuniak Springs, Florida
18 Jan
I also got a free book with my Prime subscription but I cant remember what it is right off hand.
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@snowy22315 (54541)
• United States
18 Jan
They have a lot of books that are free to "borrow" whatever that is supposed to mean. I guess I better figure it out before I get some unknown charges..
@shaggin (38611)
• United States
19 Jan
Drinking more water is a good change!
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@snowy22315 (54541)
• United States
19 Jan
Yes, I think so too!
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@Corbin5 (119853)
• United States
18 Jan
Wishing you the best of luck on that one small change per week. That method seems likely to lead to success.
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@snowy22315 (54541)
• United States
18 Jan
Yes, it makes it more likely to stick to, and not as much as a shock to the system.
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