Small Steps Can Lead to Lasting Change

This radio piece is a helpful discussion of using small steps to create lasting change in your life. I wanted to share it here because I think that our moods have strong ties to the so-called "little things."

Sid Garza-Hillman is talking about healthy eating but the idea of "small step change" is applicable to almost everything in your life. The theory is that if you want to improve how you feel it may be as simple as changing a few very small things that are part of your every day.

It might be about what you eat but as far as I'm concerned this link is helpful from all kinds of perspectives. It's just as likely to be about how you spend your time or the clutter in your environment. I'm dealing with that - I live in a small house; I have too much stuff and we're remodeling. That's just such a bad combination.

I found consolation in knowing that Garza-Hillman has clients who can only take on an assignment to drink a glass of water every morning. He says that's a fine place to start.

I'm ready to start selling off some of my art work that is cluttering my house and trading in some books I need to admit that I will never, ever read. My small start is to put the books in a pile and to list the art on my etsy site. What do you need to start on?

--Heidi

 

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