We asked WAC members to share some of their 2018 changes and how they got them to stick.
Here’s what they told us.
I lived in the moment as much as possible. When I found myself enjoying an activity, conversation or experience, I took a deep breath, put technology away, and fully lived in the moment.
I wanted to be more active since I have a desk job, so I gave myself a goal to take over 100,000 steps a week. I get reminders to move on my Fitbit. I also participate in a steps competition with family and friends.
I created a daily writing habit, gradually upping my words per day. I doubled down by taking a couple of writing courses at Hugo House. In November, I completed National Novel Writing Month, writing a 50,000-word manuscript in 30 days.
I retired! That was not hard. I have been able to experiment with more classes at the WAC during the day, which is great! When I’m not exercising at the WAC, I try to incorporate exercise into my travels with my husband
As published in the January/February 2019 issue of WAC Magazine.
—Posted January 6, 2019