The Top 3 Habits to Establish



We want to get organized for several reasons. We think that if we get organized, we’ll save time, money and energy. That’s true. Disorganization causes us to spend time looking for our stuff, more money because we buy stuff we already have but can’t find and energy just being overwhelmed, discouraged, and angry with ourselves.

By establishing just a few simple habits, we can train ourselves out of many of our messes and save time, money and energy. Our brains were wired for establishing habits, and when we have a healthy brain, it takes about 21 days to establish a habit. So it’s logical we should take care of our brains first.

That’s why these are the 3 important habits to establish, because they’ll lead to health and a healthy body makes for a healthy brain and a healthy brain leads to well-being.

1.   Go to bed early 

Do you think you’d be happier if you got more sleep? Do you think the world would be a happier place if its residents all got more sleep? Here’s an excerpt from Chapter Three of The Sidetracked Sister’s Happiness File entitled Early to Bed Early to Rise. It’s a letter from Napoleon’s teacher.

Eiffel Elementary School                                                  June 6, 1777

7312 Rue des Hors d’Oeuvres

Paris, France 10046

 Dear Mr. and Mrs. Bonaparte:

I think you are probably aware of some of the problems we are having with Napoleon at school. I believe they began early in the year when some of the other boys teased him about his size. I have spoken to the other children and their parents about the importance of being kind to those who are different. However, I don’t believe that the teasing is the main reason for your son’s troubles. I think Napoleon needs more sleep.

During class I often see his head on his desk, and although he stays on task and has no problem understanding the work, he is often listless and irritable. Perhaps you, as his parents, could see to it that your son gets to bed at a reasonable hour so that he will be able to cope better in class and on the playground.


Morrie Chevalier    (Third Grade Teacher)

P.S. Napoleon is a good leader and when he gets the other boys on his side he is able to make them do whatever he wants. (Good or bad.) I truly believe that more sleep will help him to blossom into a fine citizen. Perhaps this summer you can establish a routine bedtime for him.


Think of how the course of history might have been altered if the Bonapartes had heeded Mr. Chevalier’s advice.Napolean

Are you like Napoleon and not getting enough sleep, either? I’ve found that the best way to get more rest is to have an earlier bedtime and make it a habit. You can purchase the Happiness File by clicking on Napoleon.


2.   Eat a protein breakfast

Cut cereal out of your diet and eat eggs. Most cereals are loaded with carbohydrates. If you don’t buy them, you won’t eat them. Orange juice is loaded with sugar, so buy oranges, not just the juice.

Eggs are one of the best sources of protein and nourishment for our bodies and now that the fear of cholesterol is gradually being lifted by scientific research, feel free to eat two eggs or more every day. protein_breakfast

3.   Walk

God gave us two legs and they were designed for walking. Make it a habit to walk every day and in 21 days, if you don’t walk, you’ll think that something’s wrong. That’s what habits do for us. They get us to a place where we don’t have to use our conscious mind to think to me_walkingdo something, we just do it.



Maybe I’ve got the start of a new book! Sleep, Eat, Walk! Let’s give ourselves ample time to do all three of these actions until they’re a habit in 2018.

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