Sudden life changes — like let’s say, for example, a pandemic — can have profound effects on our daily routine. With an upended routine can come changes in behaviors that lead to the formation of habits, both good and not so good.
Perhaps during quarantine, you have found you are exercising more (go you!) or you have increased your nightly cookie intake (that’s okay!). The good news is behavior change research has shown that habits, both good and bad, are formed with the same criteria. That means they can be changed similarly as well.
To read the full story, check out the Baylor Scott & White blog.