It occurred to me that I don't eat vegetables in college. I'm not exaggerating this when I say that I can't remember the last time I ever had the recommended serving of fruits and vegetables. I don't know if I ever have. I also don't drink water, but for some reason I find that a less shocking fact.
Upon realizing this I decided to detox my life, as in clean my entire dorm room, escape to California for a week and forget to blog, and then return and vow to drink my daily recommended amount of water, and attempt to eat more fruits and vegetables. Its a daunting task, and its day one and 10 at night and I haven't had any water yet, but we'll get there.
Its common to see people doing similar things, detoxing their life in an attempt to get things sorted. I've tried this before, I'm trying this now, but this time I am determined not to fail because I found the magic secret to making these life changes work.
The secret isn't to just detox, but to add things to your life that are meaningful. When you start cleaning up shop, getting rid of the things in your life you don't need, and drinking tea that you saw on instagram, you need to add in a meaningful hobby, something small and simple that you genuinely really enjoy, that uplifts your life, and that makes waking up in the morning worth it.
For me, that's reading, so expect a lot of high quality book posts in the upcoming months. At the end of the day, reading a chapter of a book is way easier than eating a vegetable.
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