Joshua Singler


ha·bit·u·al : a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up.

“There would be no life without habit, we would still be learning to walk. It’s only because we learn to walk and then we don’t have to think about walking that our body becomes habituated to walking that we delegate the knowledge of walking to muscle groups instead of our brains–this is what helps us daydream, to be creative, to worry, to lust afrer, to do all of these things that make us human.” –William James

In as many or little words as you’d like, tell me a daily habit of yours below. Don’t include your name or any identifiers that could link you to your story so that these entries can remain completely anonymous.