It seems – from experience – that from time to time it can be good to take a break even from a good habit.
A research article, tackling the issue of taking a break from good habits. Find out why and what are the benefits and is there any concrete evidence that it is useful.
You would never know unless you learn from others’ experiences.
A website where anyone can share a habit they have, how they started it and why, and what were the surprising results. For instance: after drinking coffee for one week without any sugar, it tastes better and having it now with sugar is just not as good.
You have picked up a couple of new daily habits. These are already habits, so you don’t need to remind yourself to do them. Now you are on vacation, and everything falls apart – you forget to do them.
Before going on your vacation make an appointment in your calendar to remind yourself to do what is usually a habit. Look at your itinerary and for each day decide in advance when you are going to perform a given habit, and block it in tour calendar. This is only tentative, as you are on vacation, and things flow differently than at home, but at least you’ll get a reminder. If you used a habit tracking app, you could also start using it again.
There are many things you can do that are good for you, but you still don’t do them, because they are complicated, take long, are hard to do, etc., or you don’t know about them.
Get a daily tip; that is easy and straightforward to do. You don’t have to do them all, or even many of them. Because you get one every day, you can pick and choose one to try (each one is simple and easy) from time to time, and after a while, some will become a habit.