I enjoy listening to TED talks when I am getting ready for work in the morning or cooking. This one in particular caught my imagination:
I like the idea that you do something for just thirty days with no pressure to go beyond that period and once you have done something for thirty dyas, then you are more likely to carry on beyond the thirty days if you are inclined to do so. As I was writing this I had a serious case of deja vu. I realised that this was because I had written about this before (here) with the question about whether it was really thirty days or forty that were required to change a habit. (I am inclined to think the latter)
I liked the idea in the video of taking a picture every day for thrity (or forty) days, before going on to do things that are more adventurous. I like the idea personally of doing one thing, however small, each day. The other thing I want to do is to go without coffee for forty days. I am likely to fall off that band wagon first thing in the morning, but dropping sugar from my diet during Ramadan did soo much good for my weight, skin and energy levels, so worth a try with the coffee to begin with.
What would you like to do for thirty (or forty) days?