Twenty one days, they say, is the time it takes to form new tendencies. It is the length of time needed for a person to rewire themselves and forge that foundation of a new character. And so today I embark on my own twenty one day trial - a trial which many before me have experimented with - with large problems, but larger hopes.
I will, shortly, post on the parts of myself I wish to change, and also the course I will take to bring change about. In a broad view, I am unhappy with my body, my dietary habits, my habits, my lack of social experiences, my unproductive tendencies, my occasional dejection and apathy and despondency.
But today that all changes. I will not let myself continue on in angst, in turmoil, in disquitude.
Today, I live.