What I Learned From Quitting Coffee After 15 Years Of Daily Consumption

The Overall Effect Of The Experiment

I proved to myself that I can do it. I can give up something I liked for a long time even though I knew it wasn’t good for me. If nothing else, this fuels my confidence in being able to change deliberately, to accomplish something I had not thought I would be able to do. Something I had done for years and years without questioning.

I could change. Just like that. On an ordinary Monday morning.

And that’s what I want to end this story on. We don’t have to continue doing things just for the sake of it. On any ordinary day, we have the power to question the status quo in our lives and do something about it. We can reduce negative behaviors and increase those which are positive. Every day. There’s no need for an extraordinary event to change. No New Year’s Eve or huge life event.

We all have the power to constantly change. To change our behavior. To change our lives. For the better. Every day.

Do not wait; the time will never be “just right.” Start where you stand, and work with whatever tools you may have at your command, and better tools will be found as you go along. — Napoleon Hill

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