Whatever you're currently trying to accomplish in your life, consistency is key. Doing something for a few minutes every day will lead to more results than if you engage in the task every so often.
One way to make doing something every day a bit more fun is to track it. Being able to check off the task for the day (or give yourself a gold star) - and to see the pattern of success - becomes a bit of a game. How many days can you go without breaking the links in the chain you're forming?
Today, consider tracking something for the day, week, or month. What to track? How many glasses of water you drink. How you spend your money. How you use your time. What you eat. What you read. What you craft. Etc. Why track something?
Tracking makes you more aware of what you are tracking. Without tracking, you may wonder where your time or money goes. You may think you eat more healthfully than you really do. Or read more books during the year.
Get a free printable habit tracker here or look for an app that will keep you on track (such as GoodReads for books or the app for your fitness tracker).
Susan, chief (and only) organized squirrel at A Less Cluttered Life, pursues learning, practicing, and sharing information about the everyday habits that can lead to living a better life.