For these habits I’ve mostly been sticking to one thing because the things I chose are the easiest to do (an easy to make breakfast, etc) but I think novelty helps keep your interest, so as long as you keep it doable I think it’s good to switch it up.
Лиза Черкаева N.
I'm trying mostly stick w/ some things (morning exercise, cooking, exercising in art) while switching up two-three things from time to time (exercises, art)
Depends on the project I guess. If the subject is self-challenging or mental wellness I like switching stuff ever so often. But in deep focus requiring projects I try to stick with just one thing. Both sides either end in success or a well taught lesson.😊
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- Does anyone have any suggestions for routines? Apps you use or how you make up your own?
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