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Do over!

No, I’m not performing a do over for this website, although I still would like to make it prettier and more modern looking. However, that’s not what I’m writing about right now. When you take baby steps and decide that you’re going in the wrong...

Role of Experimentation with Baby Steps

Feel free to experiment with baby steps. One big advantage is that if you start small, you can recognize how what you change (i.e., independent variable) influences the result (i.e., the dependent variable). For example, if you give up sugar, processed meats, and...

Ways to take Baby Steps

Depending on the task and/or the person, sometimes baby steps can be sequential, while other times they might include putting together a big picture scenario first and then filling in the details. For example, to write a short story, you could proceed like this: Write...

Consistency in Baby Steps

One important factor that I haven’t mentioned yet is consistency. I missed last week’s blog post. Thursday was a busy day for me, but it turned out Friday was worse, so I put off the blog post until this week. Here are some factors when maintaining...

Pick a Direction, Any Direction!

Not sure what to do? Pick a direction, any direction, and then take a baby step in that direction! Of course, that’s just to start, and it’s important not to give up too quickly. On the other hand, if you find that something is really not to your liking,...

Good Article About Small Habits

Recently, Success Magazine posted an article written by Mary Sauer about small, positive habits. Mary started a gratitude practice, intentional acts of kindness, and she started to wake up earlier. You may want to try these things as well, but if they don’t...