If I asked you what you did yesterday, you would probably answer the same way anyone else would by only sharing the highlights. I'm sure you wouldn't mention that you brushed your teeth, ate food, and combed your hair. Those are daily habits - there's nothing unique about those details.
2019 is just a few days away, but I'm doing something a little different this year. I won't be setting any New Year's resolutions. I don't even plan to make goal-setting a priority. Instead, I'm going to be focusing on creating habits. I think focusing on one habit at a time is more efficient than setting goals because goals lead to more goals, but habits will stay with you. I want to get to the point where I don't even have to think about these things anymore - it's just automatically set in my mind to do it.
I don't have to think about sitting down to write every day. I feel the urge right around the time I need to start writing. It's a habit, and to not blog would feel strange.
Daily habits I want to create:
- Bible reading.
- Waking up earlier/going to bed earlier.
I'm sure I'll think of more habits I'd like to create, but for now, these are the ones that come to mind. I'll be making an effort to create a new one each month, and take it one at a time.