5 Mistakes That Cause New Habits to Fail

  Habits are the key. Your habits determine how much money is in your bank account and the size of your waistline. Your habits determine the quality of your life. It can seem impossible to break bad habits or to create new, positive habits. Most people have an ineffective approach. They try to go cold turkey and rely on willpower to force the necessary changes. You already know this doesn't work unless you're incredibly motivated, and motivation isn't reliable. It's here one day and gone the next. Create new habits more effectively by avoiding the most common mistakes: 1. Changing too much, too soon. A new habit is best installed in baby steps. If you want to spend two hours each day writing your novel, start with a single sentence each day. One sentence accomplishes something exciting: it gets you in the habit of sitting down and writing when it's time to write. That's the most important first step. * Start with small changes. Then increase the amount of time a

Discover the New Heart-Healthy Diet

  The connection between a nutritious diet and a healthy heart just became even clearer. A recent study by the University of Washington found that almost half of deaths from cardiovascular disease can be prevented by changing what you put on your plate. To make those choices easier, researchers also identified several of the leading risk factors and measured how much they contribute to the likelihood of heart conditions and stroke. It's a big deal when you consider that cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in the US and worldwide. Find out which dietary changes will have the biggest impact on helping you to lead a longer and more active life. Top Dietary Factors for a Healthy Heart 1. Go nuts. The single most effective step you can take is eating more nuts and seeds. They reduce 11.6% of the risk of CVD death. 2. Eat more vegetables. Vegetables were close behind. Aim for at least 7 servings a day of fresh or frozen vegetables and fruits. 3. Choose whole grains

Xiaomi Models

Xiaomi has confirmed that the three models will not receive MIUI 14! Redmi Note 9, POCO M2 and Redmi 9 models showcased by Xiaomi in 2020 will not receive MIUI 14. Android 13, which was introduced by Google in May and is now counted down for its stable version, is at the focus of the update work of smartphone manufacturers. Because Xiaomi will present MIUI 14, which is based on the new version, to users very soon. But this will also be the end of some popular models. Finally, the company indirectly confirmed that the three models will not receive the MIUI 14 update. Redmi Note 9, Redmi 9 and POCO M2 will not get MIUI 14 According to the latest report shared by Xiaomiui, the Redmi Note 9, Redmi 9 and POCO M2 models, which were introduced to users in 2020, will not be able to receive the Android 13-based MIUI 14 update, which is expected to be introduced in the coming months. The company does not have an official statement on the subject, but it is stated that the internal MIUI tests of