My attitude is by habit, therefore I call it my Habitude. Holly's Habitude.
Oh, and by the way, you have a Habitude too…
Is it what you would choose? Is it on Purpose?

Here are 14 Things To Do Today That Will Begin To Change Your Habitude Right Now

1. Write out your core values, do it right now. I’m not asking for “who” is most important to you, I’m asking “what” is important to you. What is morally important to you, what values do you want to your children to exhibit? What do you want others to say about you?

2. Have Mentors in the most important areas of your Life. For instance, if you are having a hard time with your “Values”, it would be great to have a Mentor!

3. Watch less than one hour of TV a day.

4. Laugh out loud every day. If you need help, Grammy will inspire you, just call us!

5. Walk 30 minutes a day - alone or with a loved one.

6. You be the most positive person around today, be the Shining Light!
Smile and say “Hello” to everyone you see. Make eye contact too.

7. List 10 reasons to be grateful right now – add 3 more each day.

8. Make the habit of spending time with your Creator before you get out of bed.

9. Start and Keep planned weekly dates with your Spouse, something you both
can look forward to.

10. Tuck the kids into bed every night, Pray with them while you are there Yes,
even teenagers, especially teenagers!

11. Pray with your Spouse at least once a day – Morning & Night are good times.
I heard Dr. Phil say on TBN that the divorce rate among spouses that pray
together is only 1 out of 10,000! Why are we not praying with our partners?

12. Live as if this were true, because it is true: If you don’t forgive others, you will not be forgiven when it is most important!

13. This one is great for your kids too:
Look for, seek out someone you can help each day – help carry, open door,
help pay, leave a nice note, encourage, give time, tell good job, help with
chores, just listen. Bonus: This is your cure for depression as well.

14. Plan some time to reflect – either alone or with a Mentor. Take the time to
see if you are where you want to be at this stage of your life and set goals to
accomplish the rest.

A Mentor is someone who shares the same values, that you like, and has experience in what you desire. A Mentor is very much like a Coach. Mentors and Coaches will not do the actions for you, they will help you set the appropriate actions and keep you motivated and accountable.

It’s nice having someone to help you by sharing ideas and experience to hold you to your goals, but I find the most sought after part is the “keeping me motivated!”

Author's Bio: 

As a Christian Professional Organizer, Author and Speaker, Holly Boyd is also a Christian Coach/Mentor. Holly has been traveling doing The Confident Woman Crusade since 2004.
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