For the sake of it, or for a good reason?
Think about what you do in your day, the routines you go through, the good things and the bad – are all of those things done for a good reason, for a real purpose?
Probably some of them are.
But definitely some of them aren’t.
Some of what you do is done for the sake of it, or because you’ve always done it, or because you can’t think of a reason to stop doing it, or because you haven’t thought about other ways of doing it, or because it’s the easiest way, or because it’s the safest way, or just…
Some of it is simply habit and if you think about it you’ll probably struggle to find a good reason why you actually do it.
Either way, it’s worth checking.
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