If I were to change accents with someone, it would be him.
I’ve had these for over 1 year and finally got to use them today, and BOY did they come in handy!
- a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up
- or to start doing.
Same goes with quitting a “bad” habit, I guess. You replace the bad habit with a habit of not doing the bad habit. Habit habit, something habit.
- To break habit = don’t see it as stopping to do something (smoke, eat, drink, all the fun stuff), see it as replacing it by a new habit of not doing the bad habit.
- To start new habit = just keep doing the new thing you want to do until you feel you want to go do it, or genuinely feel bad when you don’t.
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The American presidential race is quite interesting, and one way I found to keep up to date with what is happening, is to follow this blog.
Scott Adams has quite the different perspective on things. But it’s fun to read.