Do our survey of tiny habits for aging well. The first will help to make a home more safe, shipshape and shareable in old age. You gave us your tiny tips—now we want your tiny habits for aging well!
The Almost Old self-help course for aging well requires you to establish one tiny habit every month. Each month focuses on a different topic which is an aspect of aging. The purpose of the Almost Old course is to prepare yourself for a happy, healthy old age.
Tiny habits don’t rely on will-power. You just make tiny changes, one at a time. They are based on a prompt, a 30-second action, and an instant celebration of success. All three parts are equally important.
Then something magic happens. You’ll find that one small change will grow and trigger other changes, and that many small changes can transform your quality of life.
Real life examples put learning on fast-forward
That’s why we would all appreciate your examples of tiny habits for aging well.
Oops, but what is a tiny habit? Luckily there’s a quick, free and super-simple way to learn. Just do the tiny 5-day course at TinyHabits.com/join/ Then you’ll know exactly how to do the survey.
When you’re ready, here’s the survey, which has only 7 questions:
12 surveys of tiny habits for aging well
The links above are to the first of 12 little surveys. Each survey will cover one of 12 lifestyle and attitude topics that affect quality of life in old age.
Later I’ll add 11 more and as results come in I’ll start posting your tiny habits on this blog. Thank you in advance for your generous help! (I think you’ll find this interesting.)