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Julie Nguyen

Julie Nguyen

Julie is an avid practitioner of personal development and minimalism. Habitify Blog is where she seeks to spread the power of this combination through well-rounded, actionable articles on habit building.

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Habit Building Guide

A Strategic Approach to Building and Breaking Habits (with Step-by-step Guide)

A mistake most people make when trying to build habits is that they only focus on doing or not doing the action itself. But for a habit to stick or break, it requires a strong habit cycle, not just a repeated action. Here is how one should actually build or break habits, using the fundamental trigger- action - reward.
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Habit Building Guide

Why Resolutions Fail - And How To Ensure Your Success!

While most resolutions fail, some do not. Explore some unexpected mistakes when making resolutions and the right ways to do it.
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Habitify Academy

Welcome To Our New Logo

As of May 2020, we launch a new logo. Welcome to a new logo, a new Habitify, and a new journey of being better.
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Personal Development

Planning A New You Post Lockdown? Start Today!

The end of lockdown feels a little bit like new year, an opportunity for a fresh start. Figure out how to make the most out of this special time for professional development, personal finance management and establishment of healthy habits.
Work-life balance habits for recruiters
Habit Building Guide

6 Work-life Balance Habits for Recruiters

As recruiters and headhunters, we often have to stretch ourselves for professional goals at the expense of our work-life balance. Here are 6 simple but powerful habits recruiters can pick up to regain control of our personal life while still getting the necessary productivity at work.
Improve Concentration when meditating with Habitify
Habitify Academy

Improve Concentration In Meditation with Habitify 

One of the most common problems faced by beginner meditators is not being able to focus when meditating. This blog will show why you have trouble with concentration and some practical ways you can use Habitify to focus better day after day.
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Habitify Academy

Habit Tracking Methods - Which One Is For You?

The journey of building habits is all about consistency. Therefore, it’s best to keep a habit tracker along the way. However, with so many ways to track habits, how to know which one is the best for you?
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Habitify Academy

Develop Reading Habit with Habitify

Being a book-enthusiast doesn’t mean we can always keep up our reading habit. That’s why you would need some strategies and support from a habit tracker like Habitify. Here's how.
How often should i review my goals
Personal Development

How Often Should I Review My Goals?

Once we set up goals, we must review them regularly to make sure we’re on track. But how regular would it be best for peak performance? Daily, weekly, monthly, or annually?
Why you can't have goals
Personal Development

Why Can't I Have Goals?

Since goals have been fairly thought of as the ultimate way to success, the frustration of being unable to have any goals could be harsh. Feeling of emptiness, confusion and anxiety about our life and our future grows day after day. What is happening to us?
How many goals should I set at once for personal development
Personal Development

How Many Goals Should I Set At Once? [Personal Development]

So many of us have set up too many goals only to find ourselves achieving few to none of them. It’s just hard to handle everything at once. We then realize that we should have fewer goals to focus on, but how few, exactly, to get things done?