We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore is not an act, but a habit.

-Aristotle

 

Our lives are composed of our habits. Little things we do every day that shape us into who we are. Although there is always some degree of spontaneity, we all have habits. Processes, routines, and a way of life we become accustomed to.

As our habits mold so much of our lives, why not make your habits ones that add value to our precious time? Repeat is meant to focus on ways to stop procrastinating, halt bad habits in their tracks, and start new routines that bring more joy and happiness into your life.

We all have certain ideas about where we are at versus where we want to be. Repeat will help you get there. Exercise, yoga, meditation, healthy cooking, organizing tips, and personal development inspiration are all habits when repeated over and over again, become part of our daily routine.

Developing habits is no easy task. It takes time, patience, and perseverance. Habits are especially hard for those of us that are afraid of any form of commitment. Know that developing good habits means you are doing something beneficial for the one-and-only you. Everyone deserves this self-love and devotion to working towards adding to the richness of your life.

Breathe. Experience. Reflect. Repeat. Repeat is the key to ensure that all the presence you have worked to cultivate, the experiences that have challenged you, and reflection leading to personal development you have grown from doesn’t happen in vain. You deserve all the goodness the world has to offer. Your journey begins here and now.