There’s a ton of research around how setting habits can help us conserve energy because it reduces the number of decisions we have to make in a day. However, not all habits are created equal and so we’ve asked our community to tell us about the habits they have been most effective for them.

Jackie Ganz | Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach, National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach

I found functional medicine through my own health and healing journey — being my own advocate and trusting that what I was feeling wasn’t “normal.” I’ve always been a healthy eater and working out has always been part of my routine. Read more>>

Stephanie Pardi | Actor & Creative

I’ve realized that for me, inspiration is cultivated by staying actively curious, rather than waiting for it to strike at random. I’ve made it a habit to learn something new every day. This is could be reading a chapter of a book, it could be asking a stranger a question, it could be walking down a new street in my neighborhood. Read more>>

Arnie Woods | Producer/ Songwriter

I believe not caring what people think at all is a genuine superpower in todays world of mass opinions. Always staying true to your word and delivering punctually will rank highly with people around you. Take risks and never settle for scraps, you’re likely to impress even yourself. Read more>>

Brittany Chillingworth | Owner + Designer

1. A morning routine. 2. Google Calendar – To stay organized and create a healthy work life balance. 3. Surrounding yourself with likeminded people while being very intentional about who you allow in your circle. 4. Exercise and eat healthy which helps your physical, emotional and mental health and wellbeing. 5. A positive attitude and unwavering optimistic point of view. Read more>>