We become our habits, for better or worse. Here’s a way to engage in habit formation, a virtue ethics of sorts. [Christian Spirituality has much to offer to the formation of habits as well. You can read any of Richard Foster or Dallas Willard’s works for more info.]
A great daily routine is the holy grail of productivity. But the building blocks for that routine, habits, are tough to start, and even harder to change. Whether you want to meditate more, drink more water, or floss more than twice a month, these psychology-backed strategies can help you develop a new habit and keep it from fading.