Repetition. Repetition. Repetition Repetition. Repetition Just kidding, I’m not going to repeat the word over and over again!
You gotta know when repetition is good, and when it’s not. For example, as an author if I repeat the same stories over and over, my readers will lose interest. When can repetition be a good thing? Well, there are hundreds of them, but I’ll share with you my top 3 that can be applied to everyone.
#1. Daily food repetition. I’m sorta like Arnold, in my book “Arnold, the cute little pig with personality “. Several years ago I would eat whatever was in front of me. I’d indulge in a nice, fat, juicy burger or a few slices of that yummy greasy pizza. But as I ate more and more of those foods, I learned that they didn’t make me feel good- internally or externally. So I decided to make a change and start incorporating lots of veggies, fruits and protein into my diet. I didn’t like it at first- it was hard to say NO. But, I stuck to my routine and now I feel the best I’ve felt in years! If I get out of my routine, I start going downhill fast. So, start adding veggies, fruits and proteins (start with ones you like “ok”, you’re taste buds will adapt and start liking the ones you hadn’t liked before), and repeat it daily! Don’t take weekends off. REPETITION.
#2. Reading. When we read, it does something to our brain. It expands it, it strengthens it. Unfortunately, reading seems to be a past time. I’ll be surprised if anyone gets this far into my blog. But, iit is still so important. If you have kids, read to them- instill the importance so they can soar. If you don’t like to read, maybe you just haven’t found
what you like to read. My advice: go to the library and check out some books from different genres that look interesting to you, then every day read just a chapter or two. My might just help start a reading revolution! Remember, don’t take weekends off. REPETITION.
#3. Brushing your teeth. Repeat this after every meal, please. Don’t take weekends off. REPETITION.
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