I hear a lot that people need to be steady.
They say that you have to do one thing for a long time to shine.
Maybe that’s why. I’ve decided that I’m far from steady.
For me, who was interested in this and that, telling me to focus on one thing was like torture.
Doing one thing made it difficult to suppress it and continue what I did for the first time in a situation where I became curious about other areas.
My interests spread in many ways and the eyes of the world were cold to such a person.
Or maybe I’ve set myself a strict standard when other people didn’t really care about me.
Then I found a way to be consistent. It was to post my interests, which had been spread in various fields, divided by division.
Then, even though it’s not steady, the same field builds up on the post.
Each category has different rates of accumulation, but it was only true that they were accumulating.
In one category, sometimes articles are posted all week long, but in some areas they are updated once a month.
This pattern doesn’t keep up every time, but if you look at it for at least a year, there are a few categories where the content builds up.
If I keep that up, I’m going to have something that’s steadily piling up.
As I have made my own consistency, my impatience has decreased.
I came to think of this because I walked every day, which is the basis of all this.
I changed my mind to walk because I thought exercise was a luxury because I had to do it when I had time.
Working out about three times a week will give you the same feeling as the standard.
In the health check-up survey, there is also a question asking, “Do you sweat more than 30 minutes a day or more three times a day.
So I also thought it was recommended that I exercise three times a week, and those who do more than that would be really relaxed or addicted to exercise.
Then, am I an athlete who walks for at least an hour every day?
Not at all.
I still can’t enjoy sports other than walking and I can’t even think about it.
But it’s been more than half a year since I set up walking steady.
Now I can’t walk anymore, and when I’m about to wrap up the day, my family goes, “You couldn’t walk today, right? “Get out of here.”
This is not because I asked for it, but because it became a habit.
At first, when I appealed that I had to walk an hour a day, of course, it wouldn’t have affected my family.
But looking at me going out at night on cold days to walk for a month, my family began to recognize me as a person who had to walk.
He said he would go out and walk if he had time, so it was understandable.
And when I couldn’t go out because I was busy working, I would have shown myself a little bit of a sharpness.
After walking, I would feel much better and feel more comfortable with my family.
“Oh, I have to walk every day to feel better and to have peace at home.”
Man is an adaptable animal. When things that you couldn’t even think about at first begin to get used to, you get a signal that it’s rather weird not to do it.
I feel like I’m missing something. So we may find our afternoon cookies, our after-dinner coffee, and our Friday night chicken and beer as a habit.
When you type the word ‘habit’ on Google or image sites, most images of bad habits pop up.
A picture of people eating cigarettes, binge eating, or sweets.
But we can consistently make good things into good habits.
You may think it’s difficult, but when it becomes my habit, it’s hard to stop drinking chocolate or coffee.
Even if my friend asks me to meet tomorrow, I would set up my usual habit first and then go out for a friend appointment.
Habits are so hard to get rid of when they are stuck in my body.
If it’s a bad habit, you need to think about whether you’re giving up on it, saying, “It’s scary.”
If a good habit is stuck in me, we may be excited and want to get addicted to more good habits.
Like I’m into walking.
As walking became a habit and became my steady state, my self-efficacy increased.
After walking for half a year steadily and even having fun, I started to believe that I could continue to do other things.
This small success makes me itch to make another small one.
I think I’m going to be a group of small successes and become a group of great habits. These habits are not forced.
If you’re thirsty like brushing your teeth after eating, it becomes a natural routine like drinking water.
As it becomes a daily routine, it’s not easy for others, so it’s a pleasure for those who have become a habit of doing what they are doing.
My walking has become steady and posting a day is forming a habit now. There was a little bit of a dull pause in the beginning of the walk.
After walking for a long time, my pelvis seems to hurt and I just wanted to lie down.
But I didn’t want to go back to the past if I quit this.
I didn’t want to go back because I didn’t do anything for my health.
And he exercised every day I wish that if you will get used to enjoy sports put your mind to not repeat the life and the idea when.I am.
I felt uncomfortable every day.
It’s hard for us to move forward when we feel like we’re just putting off what we have to do and we’re in debt.
So I was depressed, and it was a long time when my body didn’t move at all. I’m gonna have to break it. I remember when I felt and started walking, when I was stagnant, and when I found the fun of walking.
Now I couldn’t understand the past when I said my pelvis hurt while walking. I just walked for an hour.
Why was it as painful as a man who walked for three hours without a break? Was it that hard then? How weak was his pelvis, when he walked less than an hour?That’s what I thought. Writing
I have not had a hard time writing for a long time, but it has been very hard since I put up one post a day.
Thinking about the writing was work, and writing longer than usual hurt my head.
But I’m still using it. Just as walking became a piece of cake after a while, writing posts a day will become a piece of cake.
Since I could walk, I’m sure I can write one letter a day. I think it’s more fun and wonderful than I thought to be steady.
I hear a lot that people need to be steady.