I know there are people out there who find it easier to change habits and want to do everything straight away, but I also know there are people who are getting overwhelmed by too many changes and that's often times the reason for a lot of people to stop making changes, or not even trying to, because they find it too much and too hard and too confusing. They get discouraged too quick.
Everybody is making changes at their own pace, and thats ok!! Don't stress yourself if other people can make changes quicker, or everything they do look easier. We all learn in a different way, at a different pace.
Scientist say a human needs up to 30 days (some might need more some less) to establish a new habit. So thats what we are doing in the next 12 months. Taking one step at a time to get used to a new habit and you will see at the end of the year you will have reduced your garbage to a minimum and phased out most of the unnecessary plastics in your life.
I have 12 small challenges for you, and you will have 1 month to get used to one habit before we will start the next one.
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I found this TED talk video about tiny habits lead to longterm changes that shows you how to do it :)
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