Consistency for 100 Days

I have been thinking about how random I do many of the important things that maintain my well-being. Whether it is exercise, meditation, contacting friends and family, or eating right, my accomplishing these things is sabotaged by the way allow myself to get in the way. By “myself” I mean negative self-talk and simple laziness. So, in an effort to become less random and more consistent, I am going to start a 100 Day Project to help me create some good habits. Starting out selectively here is the plan:

  • 100100 days of yoga
  • 100 days of 30 minute cardio
  • 100 days of 10 minutes of meditation
  • Calling/visiting a family member each day
  • 100 days of eating a least one healthy meal
  • 100 days of blogging

As I write this, it seems like a lot, but I am up tothe challenge and will keep track here on “My Sixties Project.”

Finishing up, I have to laugh because there are opposing views on the merits of consistency. Here are two of them:“Consistency is the hallmark of the unimaginative.”
Oscar Wilde,  and “It’s not what we do once in a while that shapes our lives. It’s what we do consistently.” Anthony Robbins. One is pro consistency, one is con.  What I think, is being consistent about things that make you feel better and give you peace of mind opens your life to being happier, healthier, and more creative.  We will see!


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