1. Knowing when to quit


    Gracey HitchcockClick on the topmost title to open

    My friend Laura Robichaux, recently looked at quitting in an excellent post on her own website.

    Laura, an Atlanta-based yoga teacher and Holistic Health Practitioner, recently expounded on the value of being a “quitter” –at least sometimes. Laura shared three very interesting and useful examples of things she is always quitting. It is worth a read! 

    http://laurarobichaux.com/ as well as on http://yoganonymous.com/quitter-3-things-always-quitting/

    I always enjoy tips on how to keep resolutions and form healthy habits. New habits can be invaluable in helping to giving up bad old ones. But at the end of the day, old habits and ideas are what keep people trapped and unable to move forward.

    If you stop and think about it you might even be shocked at how many people won’t even try a new food, exercise routine, or viewpoint. The amount of energy they expend sticking to their old ways can often be literally deadly.

    In life, what you stop doing or seeing, or what you quit – as my wise friend Laura says – is often as or more important as what you “resolve” to do. So this new year have a look at your life and see what you need to stop doing!

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