We all know that swapping your bad habits for healthy ones is not an easy journey. After all, it takes at least 21 days to build a habit.
It’s 504 hours, 30,240 minutes or 1,814,400 seconds. Sounds a lot? It’s also only 0.057 of the whole year. See, it all depends on how you look at it. Here at 21 Day Hero, we believe that a successful habit upgrade can start with as little as 5 minutes per day.
Given that you are well committed and prepared.
We have gathered exactly 100 handy resources to help you in your healthy habit building journey.
Apps that will keep track of your habit building, books to get inspired, academic resources for some scientific knowledge and many online resources to make sure that self-improvement becomes a way of life.
Go ahead and explore.
No matter if you are looking to spend less time scrolling social media timelines or finally drink those 8 glasses of water per day we all sometimes tend to be a little forgetful.
Luckily technology can help with keeping track of your habit building journey even better than you. These apps can send reminders, congratulate on streaks or sum up your progress in neat graphs.
Find out more about habit tracking apps in our blogpost Top 31 Habit Tracking Apps to Track and Build Any Habit.
Are you an avid reader already? Or is the habit of daily reading something you want to develop next?
Hint: if you need a little nudge, we have a 21-Day Book Reading Challenge.
Either way, here are 17 books worth putting on your to-read list if you are curious about the power of habits.
Many of these books are bestsellers and have helped people find inspiration to make bigger or smaller habit changes.
Habit building science is continually evolving and developing.
Thanks to big Universities and their researchers we can now back the process of habit building with scientific facts.
If you are looking for some proven habit building science and research, here’s the list of Universities most committed to figuring out the patterns of human mind.
There is a science behind the process of habit building and these 11 researchers are the main experts in the field.
They are on the quest to find out how our mind works in the habit building process and how to make sure your good habits stick.
Looking for some video inspiration?
These 4 YouTube channels are full with useful content to keep you motivated and find out new habit building tips and tricks.
With videos as short as 8 minutes, you can find out “What to Do When You’re Too Lazy to Stick to Your Habits” or answer the question “Does meditation really work?”.
Next time you are thinking of watching yet another funny cat video on YouTube, try exploring one of these channels instead.
For all the podcast lovers, here are the podcast shows bringing you habit building science in an audio format.
Podcasts are perfect for multitasking – listen to some habit building tips during your daily commute or make it as a part of your morning ritual and start your day with a new podcast episode in the background.
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