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 You will never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine.

- John C Maxwell

Habits.

A community of like-minded people who want to change their habits. It’s a safe community without labels, without judgment, and without pressure.

We’re not going to overhaul the entire system because that’s not likely to lead to success. Instead, you’re going to pick ONE habit that you know isn’t serving you and abstain for 31 days. In addition to abstaining from one, you’ll also pick ONE that you’ll implement for 31 days

The goal of this community is to break up with one bad habit and form one good habit. 

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In this 31-day community you can expect to receive:

Education around habit formation

Facts about habits

Daily support straight to your email

Journaling prompts

A like-minded community of people with similar goals

Fun – believe it or not, this will be fun.

Success – If you’ll commit, you’ll succeed

Virtual workouts - Peloton friends

Recipes: sugar, alcohol, dairy

Checklists & challenges

Expert interviews

When they’re good, they’re great, when they’re bad, they’re detrimental.

Education around habit formation
Facts about habits
Daily support straight to your email
Journaling prompts
A like minded community of people with similar goals
Fun – believe it or not, this will be fun.
Success – If you’ll commit, you’ll succeed
Virtual workouts - Peloton friends
Recipes: sugar, alcohol, dairy
Checklists & challenges
Expert interviews

We all have them, most were unconsciously created, many serve us, but some prevent us from reaching our potential.

But here’s the good and bad on habits…they’re suuuuper sticky! It’s great when the good ones stick and it’s so so hard to break the sticky bad ones. BUT it’s possible. I have some great habits like gratitude, getting to bed on time, and exercise. And I have some not-so-good habits like drinking alcohol, swearing, and touching my face excessively (can you say acne…). 

Recently, my husband and I decided to take a break from alcohol. Over the years wine went from the occasional indulgence to an everyday ritual. Without even realizing it, we formed a rock-solid habit around consuming wine. When it comes to habits, there are three important steps that take place to reinforce our habits: the trigger, the habit, and the reward.

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1. Cue or trigger
2. Habit
3. Reward

A trigger is something that kicks off the habit loop. An easy association is when you phone dings, notifying you of an email, text, or social message. This trigger causes you to pick up your phone. Picking up your phone is the habit and the last part is the reward.

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“I deserve this with everything I have going on.”

“It’s not that bad.”

“It’s the one thing I do for myself that I really enjoy.”

“Everyone else does it.”

“COVID”

“Kids”

all aboard the excuse train

In my life, I realized that I had waaaaaay too many triggers that set off the wine habit loop, If you want to find some of your triggers, eliminate something that’s difficult, and see what happens. When I interrupted the habit loop when the trigger hit, my brain went into some sort of temper tantrum because it wasn’t getting what it wanted and thus, missing the reward. But somewhere in the back of my mind, I just knew this needed to change, so I finally made it happen.

But it wasn’t easy. Despite all the hard, the shift has been incredible. As a result of actively breaking this habit we’ve experienced growth beyond what we imagined, a renewed sense of confidence around doing hard things, inspired others, more energy, better sleep, cleared conscious, more creativity, deeper connection in our marriage, interesting conversation with others and this opportunity to bring others along on the journey. 

We all know, deep down that the thing we desperately don’t want to do is the key to unlocking so many other riches in our lives.

your breakthrough is on the other side of that resistance 

our goal

Our goal is to eliminate one habit while creating another that replaces something we’re receiving from another. 

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