August 1, 2020

Humbled Females: new forum reply to Onetime Actions

New reply from Lord Ren

<p>Throughout my youth I watched a lot of TV. In my teens and early 20s I had begun watching a lot less. Part of it was because cable prices were skyrocketing and I didn't want to pay it, and part of it was that I was sick of just browsing around feeling like nothing was on. So I got rid of it. I haven't had TV in about a decade. Now I can't stand it. The amount of advertising is just sickening, and I'd rather watch what I want when I want it instead of on their schedule.</p>
<p>So… TV. Get rid of it.</p>

Original Post by .willow.

Onetime Actions

<p>I am subscribed to the site The site contains information about positive and effective habit forming, among other worthwhile life lessons. </p>
<p>In the email I received today he referred to Onetime Actions that are low in effort and long in benefit. Since I am on a huge habit forming/changing kick, I found value in his advice and wanted to share it. Some of these actions are so simple but I can see how they can make a huge difference: </p>
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<li><strong>Nutrition:</strong> Use smaller plates to reduce caloric intake.</li>
<li><strong>Sleep:</strong> Remove your television from your bedroom.</li>
<li><strong>Productivity:</strong> Delete games and social media apps from your phone.</li>
<li><strong>Focus:</strong> Permanently set your phone in Do Not Disturb mode.</li>
<li><strong>Happiness:</strong> Get a dog.</li>
<li><strong>Health:</strong> Buy better shoes to avoid back pain.</li>
<li><strong>Finance:</strong> Call your service providers (cable, electric, etc.) and ask for a lower rate.</li>
<p>While it would be a super hard one for me to do, I'm dancing around the Sleep suggestion of removing my television from my bedroom. </p>
<p>Does anyone else have any Onetime Actions that produce a lengthy benefit to your life?</p>
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