3 Ways To Break A Habit Even After 20 Years Of Failing

I am the worst at breaking habits. I always try to give it a shot but I always tend to fall off the wagon after only a few days. Habits have been a very hard thing for me to break. But this year (actually as of Dec 28th, 2016) it’s been different. I made a decision to change a few things and it’s been 90 days and I’m still on track with habits broken.

Don’t get me wrong. I have days where I fall off the plan, but I get right back up and I think that’s part of the success. Previously if I fell off the plan I would basically just give up and maybe try again in 6 months.



But the good news is that I plan on it soon and you've obviously clicked here because the title of the post interests you.

So the best thing to do is sign up with your name and email address below and that way you won't miss this post when I do get it written. 

Love & light,



Tracy Cummings

About the Author

Tracy Cummings

Tracy is a long time entrepreneur and digital marketer. She blogs about things she's learned in life...everything from making money, saving money, having fun, doing interesting things, how to's and a lot more. She lives in Mississauga with her daughter. She loves travelling, blogging, marketing, reading and occasionally gardening.

Follow Tracy Cummings: