It’s OK if you miss a day. You don’t have to do everything every day.
Start small. One hour might be too much, but ten minutes is more realistic. Don’t try to do too much right away.
Consistency is crucial. Forget about the results or numbers. Putting in a little bit of work every day beats doing a whole lot once in a blue moon. Your progress adds up.
Adapt accordingly. You’re allowed to change your habits.
Keep a diary or journal where you can jot down your habits. That way, you’re able to look back and see what you accomplished.
Simplify. If you’re over complicating the process, you’re less likely to do the habit. Make it easier on yourself to do the things you want to do.
Prioritize your habits. Not every habit is equal. So when you’re having an especially busy day, know what to put first and what can wait.
You can try to kill two birds with one stone. Be careful you aren’t dividing your attention though.
Find a balance. You don’t have to turn all your hobbies into habits. Sometimes, you’re better off having some flexibility.
Push yourself but never to the point of pain.
Daily habits shouldn’t hold you back from trying new things. No matter what, life will happen to you whether you like it or not. So live every day.