What I’ve Learned – February

Here it is March and I’ve been going back over my posts and journal entries for last month.

It appears the only thing I’ve learned is that I repeat bad habits.

I will say that I don’t repeat them as often as I use to but am still guilty of these bad habits.

I have to remember that I didn’t get this way overnight or even in 30 days so I can’t expect to change immediately either.

I have learned, however, that I have to replace a bad habit with a good habit. A defined habit not just a vague one.

Spend less money vs spend like an idiot are vague. More specific would be to stop eating out, buy food to prepare and put the saved money into savings.

Stop buying ebooks and audio books, check out books from the library and put the saved money into savings.

I didn’t understand why it was stressed by all the authors of the books I’ve read or listened to said that the goals/plans should be written down – pen to paper not typed on a phone or computer.

I still don’t understand it, but it works better. Maybe it’s along the same lines as I prefer to journal with pen to paper over using a journaling program on my computer or phone.

I have also learned that I like living alone. I don’t, however,  like being lonely. I can seek the company of others when I want company and also enjoy having solitude at home when I want that instead.

Learning two languages at one time isn’t as hard or confusing as it sounds.

I’ve learned a lot of things in a months time but must go to sleep now. I’ve learned that if I stay up too late I am worthless at work and have a hard time dragging myself out of bed in the morning.

Little things learned,  big things learned – I’m just a learning fool!

Author: bcnaat

Blogger of My Life in Pieces - one piece at a time. Mother of 4, grandmother to 4 (5th on the way!), human pet to two obnoxious dogs that I adore.

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