Every new year, we often start new and hopefully healthy habits. According to an article by Forbes, studies have shown that less than 25% of people actually stay committed to their resolutions after just 30 days, and only 8% accomplish them. We need a reset when good, healthy habits have been neglected.
The good thing about good habits is the incredible blessing they are to your life. The bad thing about good habits is that they must be managed and maintained if we’re going to benefit from them. As surely as we can gain good habits, we can also lose them.
The Apostle Paul worked hard to keep good habits as we see in 1 Corinthians 9:27 (NLT) “I discipline my body like an athlete, training it to do what it should. Otherwise, I fear that after preaching to others I myself might be disqualified.”
Sloppiness in our habits is a pathway to problems.
When good, healthy habits are neglected, it’s time for a reset!