It turns out that every little bit helps when you’re trying to improve your lifestyle—The things you do for it, the thoughts about it, the planning for it—all of it counts because it’s retraining the way you think.
Now, it’s your turn. Share a goal with your teen you would like to achieve by June. That makes you accountable, too. Come up with an appropriate reward for your achievement. Then create a reward the two of you can share when you both reach your goals. Teamwork!
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FYI, it takes about a month to create a new habit. If you pursue The Plan with determination, at the end of the month it will become an automatic, comfortable part of your day.