Monday is a good day to start something. Well, any day is a good one to start anything, but there's a psychological aspect to Monday, isn't there?
People quit fags on a Monday, go off the drink on a Monday, start an exercise programme on a Monday, and a million and one other things get started on a Monday.
Here's an idea you might like.
Think of something you've been meaning to do for the last week, or month, or year, or decade, and do it, for today.
Then decide you'll still be doing it by next Monday, so that your start on this Monday is also the start to next Monday...then see where you go from there...a man who'd been threatening to write a book for years did this on February 1st., of this year. now he has the first draft finished.
That's a total of 85,000 words he has written. He started doing about 1,000 words a week, then the momentum gathered and by March he was doing 2,000 words a week, and by June and with lockdown, was churning out 6,000 words to 10,000 words a week.
What he did was write down his aim.
Then he started DOING it.
Then he rewrote his goal to coincide with his new, more definite, more confident intention.
He kept doing this, because as his work progressed, so did his determination, his belief, and the reality of what was originally and idea.
Try it. It's aprinciple and can be put to ANYthing....