I have a set of simple daily practices that I do every day. They are things like run, floss, write, read, kiss Ryan, meditate, take my vitamins. Some of these things, I have done my entire life. Some are new. But they all have the same thing in common: the back-up plan.
There seems to be a lot of shame around the back-up plan. Like, you didn’t get your first choice, so you have to be resigned to the runner-up. You have to settle. But when I build a new habit, or put a new goal out in the Universe, I always think about the back-up plan. Keep reading