February Edition: Be The Change You Want To See
It takes a lot of effort to create and maintain new habits, but starting something new or switching up your routine is an easy way to create a positive impact in our daily lives. Making small changes often gives us more time to reflect on past behavior and to focus on the positive lifestyle changes ahead.
Don’t let you, stop you. If you’re looking to initiate some positive changes, this month's One Call Cares recommends reasonable changes you can make today to help you break bad habits, achieve your goals and take on 2018 – one manageable step at a time.
bOdy - 7 Positive Reasons Why You Should Embrace Change
Life can be like a roller coaster, with everyone on their own journey, but you're not alone, we all go through our own ups and downs.Successful people look for the good in change. Once you find a way to do that, you’ll be amazed at some of the benefits that can follow.
miNd - Ways to Deal with Unexpected Change
The most difficult part of unexpected change is a feeling of helplessness. Here are a few tips to take back some control:
- Focus on the present moment.
- Take a step back to review the situation objectively.
- Make a list of goals and check them off as you acomplish them.
- Remember that loss or failure can make you search for something better.
sElf - Start with Small Changes
A study found it takes an average of 66 days to break a habit, and 21 days to form a new one. From waking up earlier in the morning to quitting a life-long addiction, forming a positive habit can ensure that this year will be better than the last. Be sure to start small, do it repeatedly, and tailor your lifestyle to it.