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Start a Habit So Small You Can’t Fail

Begin low-key and think short term

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FFor six years, I was a consistent runner. I logged around 25 miles a week, running 5Ks and half-marathons. I even ran a couple of marathons. But in 2018, after I swapped my freelance life for one in an office and also began a demanding two-year musical theater program, my entire routine changed. Early-morning runs were replaced by late nights…

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Kara Cutruzzula

Kara Cutruzzula

Journalist, playwright & author of DO IT FOR YOURSELF, a motivational journal. My newsletter encourages you every morning: https://bit.ly/2EysSdu

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