In this series, I welcome readers of this blog to share an improvement they’ve made in their life. This improvement could be anything – from a new diet or exercise plan to a certain place visited or person they’ve met.
I then ask questions as to how their life has improved, and whether they would recommend others try to make this same thing possible in their own lives.
Today’s interview takes place with Alison Wilson.
Alison describes how her life improved when she made the decision to give up drinking alcohol. She didn’t plan on this being a longterm thing, but the effects were too good to pass up on.
This is a mindset that I’m trying to adopt more and more in my life recently.
I’ve come to realise that the moment I start to think about doing something is usually the same moment I start to procrastinate on doing something. The two really go hand in hand for me, and it can be extremely self-destructive!