Helpful habits for happiness from Gretchen Rubin

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When was the last time you kept your New Year’s resolution? Did you make it a few days? To the end of the month? Half way through the year? Well, Gretchen Rubin says your bad habits may be to blame.

Helpful habits for happiness from Gretchen Rubin

Helpful habits for happiness from Gretchen Rubin

When was the last time you kept your New Year’s resolution? Did you make it a few days? To the end of the month? Half way through the year? Well, Gretchen Rubin says your bad habits may be to blame.

Habits, she says, are the architecture of our lives.

Good habits keep us going, but it’s the bad habits that can get us off track and further away from happiness. Rubin said the best way to avoid bad habits is to learn your habit tendencies and utilize strategies that work for you.

Rubin is the New York Times bestselling author of “Better Than Before: Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives” and “The Happiness Project.”

She uses her mastery of the written word to help readers make and break habits in order to overcome obstacles to happiness.

Learn how to leave your bad habits in the dust from Gretchen Rubin on this week’s episode of Full Frame as she shares her tips on creating – and keeping – helpful habits.

Follow Gretchen Rubin on Twitter: @gretchenrubin