7. Do it for 30 days - Deepstash

7. Do it for 30 days

That’s about how long it takes to build a habit - roughly a month. And if you can stick to something for as long as that the chances are you’ll get into a routine of making better choices naturally and without thinking about it later on.

Don’t think about it as something you have to do for four weeks and just take it one day at a time.

It’ll help if you keep a log and cross days out on the calendar to keep yourself accountable. 

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