Categories One Question A Day? What health habits would we readily adopt if we knew we would not fail? Post author By jeff noel Post date April 23, 2013 4 Comments on What health habits would we readily adopt if we knew we would not fail? can our health habits have long term influence on children? What health habits would we readily adopt if we knew we would not fail? Next Blog Tags great questions, no limits By jeff noel Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites. View Archive → ← Probably the best reason we can think of to not quit exercising in spite of setbacks → To the brave and wonderful people who ran the Walt Disney World marathon, now what? 4 replies on “What health habits would we readily adopt if we knew we would not fail?” To ride my bike 50 miles each day. What holds me back: Fear of traffic. Ambitious goal. Sounds like the kind of mileage you’d get from an extended bike trek. I am very happy riding my bike. Look forward to it everyday. Even if we are just training for the Boston Brain Tumor Ride pre dawn on the trainer in the garage. Patty, we do what we can, and sometimes we have to force ourselves. Ultimately, we are rewarded with solace, and wellness. Solace that we focused on important issues (health for example) and that we set a great example for those younger and watching us. And wellness because we are honoring the temple that houses everything that keeps us alive. Comments are closed.