Studies show that if you repeat something often enough, say 30 days in a row, it becomes part of you. A habit if you will. That’s not really science, I made it up, but it seems true.
I’ve decided to practice this to see if it works. I’ll give you a report after thirty days. I have many 30 day regimens already planned, but I will begin simply.
My first thought is to change something in my diet, to change my stance from vile hatred to, dare I say, affection. So I’m going to eat something I hate for 30 consecutive days.
Cucumbers…I despise cucumbers.
For 30 days, I dine on one whole raw cucumber daily. I can’t wait…
3 responses to “30 days to change”
sounds like you’re in a pickle…
I love that! And thanks for the health benefits. I didn’t know all that. But it would have been a lot easier if you had waited till the yummy ones come out of the garden. I wonder if I drank coffee for 30 days????? I think I would rather stick to 🥒 cucumbers.
Pretty sure cucumbers are not addictive like coffee, but good thought. I think the health benefits are over the top cucumber propaganda published by farmers.