Letter Board No. 24

Making small, incremental changes can have a profound and lasting effect on your life.

What one little change can you make today that can have a big impact in your life?

“Little hinges swing big doors.”

You know that when you are talking about your physical or mental health, making small incremental changes, one at a time, can have a profound and lasting effect. It’s like eating an elephant – you aren’t going to do it at once; you’re going to eat it one bite at a time. And so it is when you are trying to make changes. You are more likely to stick to new habits if you incorporate little changes one at a time.

For example if you’re trying to be a little healthier, day one, drink an extra glass of water. Day two, eat an extra serving of fruits and vegetables. Day three, walk around the block. You get the picture. Little changes add up!

So, what habit are you going to incorporate today that will have a big difference in your tomorrow?



Author: Cynthia, My Inspired Fibro Life

Wife. Mom. Fibrowarrior. Joy seeker. Picture taker. Coffee drinker. Blogging about living with fibromyalgia and finding inspiration in every day life. Welcome to My Inspired Fibro Life.

2 thoughts on “Letter Board No. 24”

  1. Absolutely agree with this. It’s a great quote too, and not one I’d ever heard before. ‘Every little helps’ (a tagline for a supermarket here in the UK) is another I like to show the same sentiment. xx

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