Habithacker believes the art of habit leads to the habit of art.
Habithacker thinks creativity thrives where clutter doesn’t.
- Create offers daily encouragement for your inner artist (everybody’s got one, you know).
- Nest puts domestic life on auto-pilot.
- SOS, Sweat or Starve, helps you laugh your way to better health. It’s a beginner’s program.
If you’re not sure which category you’ll like the most, browse around. Here’s a link to all 90 days in each category.
Here’s how to subscribe:
It’s a cinch to have 3 months of Nest, Create, or SOS delivered to your email inbox. Click the links in the sidebars on the right.
Here’s how to use Habithacker efficiently:
Each category has three months, or 90 days of info-for-the-day or task-of-the-day.
Unless you’re already rolling along in an uncluttered and organized way (and then, dahling, why do you need me?), you should start with only one of the three categories.
“Nest” is a great place to start, unless you’re desperate to get on the treadmill…in which case, go with “SOS”, which to me, is the most difficult of the three (although it’s designed as a total beginner’s guide; if you are an experienced exerciser and healthy eater, this may not be for you). “Create” is plenty of fun. Don’t get overwhelmed. Start slowly.
You can also peruse these categories, under the menu item “more”:
My Musings. Occasional postings of news, reviews, tips, and links to productivity and creativity articles around the web.
My Pigsty. I come clean about how clean…or not…my kitchen sink is, where my weight stands, and how my novel is going. I’ll show plenty of Before/After photos of my pigsty as long as you don’t share them with the neighbors.
I’m your guinea pig, my friends, and my sty is a clutter and creativity laboratory. I feel passionately that life’s about cultivating creativity. But, like many of you, I find it hard to finesse this spirit into my busy days. If I can balance creativity, work, health, and my household, perhaps you can, too…right alongside me.
Also don’t forget…
to check out the links on the menu bar (in black) above. Is Habithacking for You? includes a checklist to figure out if the program will suit you.