Consistency of just 21 days of doing something makes it your habit!!
Habit simply means something we love doing & we don’t want to change it.
Changing your habit seems almost impossible, it feels like living in a house made up of cake and not to eat it!!
And honestly, don’t change your habit unless it’s stealing candy from a toddler.
But, why changing habits is so difficult? I did a bit of a research on it & this is what I found.
Neurons located in the habit formation region fire at the beginning of a new behavior, subside while the behavior occurs, and then fire again once the behavior is finished. Over time, patterns form, both in behavior and in the brain. This can make it extremely difficult to break a habit.
Another reasons, breaking habits are difficult;
1.We follow a wrong strategy. 2.We want to stop habits or patterns & focus on what we don’t want. 3.Our attachment to habits.
Now, the question arises how to change a habit? What kind of things should I do? Again I did a bit of research & this is what I found.
1.Determine the reward: Give yourself a small reward for sticking to your guns. 2.Focus on why you want to change. 3.Leave yourself reminders.
That’s all for today. Hope you enjoyed reading it.
Coffee!! The movement this word is pronounced outta nowhere an alluring smell of coffee taps the nose & we already feel energetic.
Now I know, why our ancients used to feel tired. They lived in BC (before coffee).
Ethiopia, the Greek formation of the word Ethiopia may be a folk etymology for the Ancient Egyptian term athtiu-abu, which means ‘robbers of hearts’.
No wonder coffee was discovered in Ethiopia.
There are four basic/primary types of coffee beans: 1. Arabica 2.Robusta 3.Liberica 4.Excelsa
Coffee is enjoyed in various forms around the world. Each & every country has a unique way of making coffee. Some of them are;
1. Ethiopian Coffee: Coffee from Ethiopia is known for its bright fruited and floral flavors. These coffees typically have a higher acidity, light to medium body and complex flavor notes.
2. Turkish coffee: is almost always flavored with sugar and spices, a generalization in terms of taste is very difficult.
3. Scandinavian Egg Coffee: Scandinavia, egg whites are mixed into the grounds to help the flow of hot water through the beans. Sometimes egg shells are also added.
4. Mexico Café de olla: is a traditional Mexican coffee beverage. To prepare café de olla, it is essential to use a traditional earthen clay pot, as this gives a special flavor to the coffee. This type of coffee is principally consumed in cold climates and in rural areas.
5. Morocco—Spiced Coffee: This fragrant blend of dark coffee melds together warm spices like cardamom, black pepper, cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg.
These coffees are in my must try list, I hope they made a place in your must try list too.
The real pleasure of drinking coffee according to me, is during rain with a beautiful book into your hand. It feels like heaven!!
But honestly; whether your reading a book or not. Whether it’s raining or not; coffee knows it’s way of giving you pleasure.
And now I won’t take much of your time, you can enjoy your coffee!