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The Reasoning Behind 30 Days

The Reasoning Behind 30 Days

  • The idea is that doing something consistently for 30 days will help you establish a healthier attitude toward indulgences (food, alcohol, Paris Hilton memes on Instagram, etc.) in the long run.
  • Drynuary, a month-long period of sobriety that's probably the most popular 30-day challenge on social media, is another example of this.
  • Another number that's frequently tossed around in behavioural psychology circles is 21 days, or three weeks, which stemmed from plastic surgeon Dr. Maxwell Maltz's observations of how long it took for his patients to become accustomed to their new faces.

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