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"First we make our habits, then our habits make us."
- Charles C. Noble


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Well, it's been a while since I've posted something new on this site. But tonight I have something new to share with you finally!

This wallpaper is called, "Habits", and is my fourth new wallpaper for this year, as well as my 120th wallpaper to the gallery.

For some, the word "habit" is a word that conjures up positive thoughts; while for others, it's a word they would rather leave out of their vocabulary.

It seems that it's easier to form a bad habit than a good habit. Bad habits seem harder to break while good habits take longer to create. I don't think it has to be that way. Bad habits are formed out of laziness and/or ignorance.

It's been said that good habits take about 21 days before they become second nature. I know I've found out this to be true for myself. I don't care if they do take that long, I think they're well worth the effort.

One thing is for certain though, you can't get rid of a habit, without creating another one to take it's place. The universe hates a vacuum. Something always takes the place to fill a void. If you don't fill that void with something based on your own choice, something (or someone) will come along and fill that emptiness fast - be it good or bad.

So when it comes to habits, look for an area and identify where a habit may be steering you. If it's not helping you become better, than it's likely doing the opposite, and dragging you down.

Make a list, then write it down. This can remind you of what you want and need to do to make a new positive habit. Then tell someone who can help hold you accountable to the change you want to make. This does wonders for helping you create that new habit. Habits are really the bridge to the other side where goals reside. Many people have goals, but don't support themselves with the proper habits to reach them.

I would like to challenge you today to identify at least one area in your life in which you could use a better habit in. Find someone then to help you stick to the change so then that habit will solidify in your life. Pretty soon that goal of yours will be on it's way toward completion!
- Original blog entry from 04.28.2012

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