At the beginning of the school year, we started daily habits. The class did. Daily habit together. What was it? You might ask. We did planks. Now, WHY IN THE WORLD would we be working out in Language Arts class? Well, my LA teacher decided that instead of having us do daily habits and not seeing the progress, she would make it physical. When you plank every day, let me tell you, you notice the difference. Planking was a nice experience and I got to see that when you do something every day you’ll only get better at it.
Here comes January, and no more planks! Now, we are coming up with our own daily habit. We had a January habit tracker that my wonderful LA teacher made for us. (I will link her blog). So I decided that my daily habit would be working out daily. Yes, I know, I know I do gymnastics and soccer and I have them 6 days a week. BUT, if I don’t have a game or competition on Saturday or Sunday, I’m super lazy. Like really lazy. Like I had to force myself to do it. It did feel nice to get moving more though. Honestly, January went 1,2,3,4,5,6,15, 20, 21,22,23,27,28,29,31.
Now, it’s February. We had to come up with a new daily habit. So I decided (because I’m super unflexible) to stretch every day. So far it’s going pretty well. I haven’t missed a day, yet. For me stretching is just a good way to relax and well, stretch. I think you should come up with a daily habit. (If you haven’t already) Are you up for the challenge?