Resolutions are for January. Habits are for February through December. How successful have you been this year managing your New Year's resolutions. It's not too late! Acupuncture and Oriental medicine can help create healthy habits.
November 1, 2013
So what have your resolutions gotten you? I bet you're making new resolutions right now not to over eat during Thanksgiving and Christmas. The fact that you are saying these things to yourself yet again proves they haven't worked, as yet. Let's create some habits now that will bring us through the new year.
Do a thing for 22 times and it becomes habit, so the scientist say. I propose a habritual (that's habit and ritual put together).
Eat what you want, in moderation.
Eat the freshest and highest quality food you can afford.
Make a big deal of each meal. Use real dishes, knives, forks and spoons, how novel!
Be grateful for every mouthful. Contrary to popular culture there are starving people in America.
Include one vegetable at each meal for 22 days and you've created a habritual.
So down with resolutions and up with habrituals!