30 Days to Change

Have you ever asked yourself why some people seem to get everything easily and others don’t? Do you feel like a victim of your circumstances? Are you tired of waiting for your life to change? Everything you have in your life today is a direct result of your thoughts, beliefs and expectations. And so is where YOU will be in 1, 5 or 10 YEARS! Nothing happens “JUST BECAUSE”. 

30 Days is for people who are struggling, wanting to change their life, but they feel powerless and think change comes from the outside. They also keep doing the same things over and over expecting a different result, which Albert Einstein considered to be the purest form of insanity. 
If you want to change your life, you have to change your habits and start doing small things differently every day.

Here is a 30 days to change plan for you :

Days 1-5 – Realise your motivator and harness it. Make 1 change in habits or rituals (Eat a healthy meal, read for 30 minutes) Do this for all 5 days.

Day 6-10 – Establish your 1 habit into a ritual. Get it done every day no matter what. Next add one more ritual to your day (Study, go to the gym, go to sleep early).

Day 11-15 – For these days you will want to continue all of the changes you made above but you will want to do them consistently so they turn into rituals.

Day 16-20 – Now, take away a negative within your life. Get rid of toxic relationships, watch less TV.

Days 21-25 – Take away one more negative in your life while continuing to implement the rituals you have set for yourself. You will start to see your days changing more and more.

Days 26-30 – You should be at the point where your days are ran differently, you’re sensing a sense of direction and change within yourself. Your habits and changes you made are now a part of your daily routine. It is time to take away or add whatever routine you want next. You’re on your own.

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32 Comments Add yours

  1. Adreanne says:

    Thanks for the jumpstart! 🤗✨

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    1. GS says:

      Most welcome

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  2. Carol anne says:

    this is great advice and a great plan! Many thanks, I am on it! I need to set myself a few changes and make some new goals!

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    1. GS says:

      Glad you found it helpful Carol.

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  3. Ashley says:

    Sooo accurate – some ppl (aka me) just need to get over that 1-3 month “hump” until something becomes routine. Thanks!

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    1. GS says:

      Consistency is key Ashley. With so much of distraction in the world, it is easy to dwindle from goals. But everyday is a new day to start. Good luck.

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      1. Ashley says:

        Thank you 🙂

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  4. sharonanelie says:

    I want to try this, I have had slow days which are very unproductive this year. Thank you for sharing

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    1. GS says:

      We all need a little bit of motivation and a little bit of planning to succeed in life. With the nee year round the corner, this post should help. Thank you for stopping by.

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  5. There are still those changes we have no control over- that we want fixed, but doesn’t in a short period of time

    Next year- my blog is gong to make a change. Its going to try to be a musical theatre and book blog.

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    1. GS says:

      I am looking forward to the changes girl!!

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for the reblog

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      1. Always happy to share your posts with followers, My Dear!
        xoxo 😘💕😊🌹

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  6. This is a great read and a good way for people to have a jumpstart into the new year. I think it’s also necessary for us as people to find our own rhythm and balance as we try to change for the better

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    1. GS says:

      One of the most effective ways to set yourself up for a more productive, prosperous and pleasurable 2021 is to embark on a 30 Days of Change challenge. The idea is simple: Do something different in the way that you think and behave, every day for the month of January. It’s not as easy as that, however. The change needs to work on a subconscious habit or bias and change it. Depending on how meaningfully you do this, the effect could range from ‘interesting’ to ‘extremely uncomfortable’.

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      1. Understand I’ve tried a 30 day challenge a few times in some cases very effective but in some areas not so much. I think it starts with intention and like you said meaningfully doing it. Based on my experience it’s definitely not easy

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      2. GS says:

        It is not because it is like building a new habit which is always difficult. Set your intention and do it.!

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  7. This blog was extremely insipring. I really found it relatable. It was of help. Loved the way how you expressed these things… A big thanks for this!!

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for such kind words Apeksha. Glad you liked the posts.

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  8. rosidabegum says:

    Great post. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. GS says:

      Glad you liked the post Rosi. Experts say that most habits can be broken if you can go 30 days without them. Focus simply on this: no partaking in the habit for one month. Then focus on 30 more days. The easiest way to break a habit is to replace it with a new one.

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      1. rosidabegum says:

        Yes. It is logical. I am 100% going to apply it. Few good habits yet need to cultivate. Thanks again🙏

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      2. GS says:

        🙏🏼🙏🏼

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing

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  9. This has been so inspirational! My biggest trouble with lifestyle goals is where to start and how to follow through!

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    1. GS says:

      Start out with a ridiculously easy goal, and then grow from there. If you want to exercise, for example, you may be thinking that you have to do these intense workouts 5 days a week. No — instead, do small, tiny, baby steps. Just do 2 minutes of exercise. I know, that sounds wimpy. But it works. Commit to 2 minutes of exercise for one week. You may want to do more, but just stick to 2 minutes. It’s so easy, you can’t fail. Do it at the same time, every day. Just some crunches, 2 pushups, and some jogging in place. Once you’ve done 2 minutes a day for a week, increase it to 5, and stick with that for a week. In a month, you’ll be doing 15-20. Want to wake up early? Don’t think about waking at 5 a.m. Instead, think about waking 10 minutes earlier for a week. That’s all. Once you’ve done that, wake 10 minutes earlier than that. Baby steps.

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing

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