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The second time is the hardest

Second day of the year is usually the hardest time to stick with your resolutions.

It is the same with any habit change and habit building techniques.

After the end of the euphoria, it is time to really see if you can stick to your word.

And change is hard. It is a survival instinct for all of us to stick to the familiar things after a certain age.

Kids, on the other hand, are great at change. They change their opinion in a heartbeat.

Thi makes them very chaotic, adults on the other hand are very predictable.

This introduces interesting dilemma, how to add a little chaos to our life to ensure we can slowly change for the better.



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