Hunter from the sticks
"Tomorrow do thy worst, for I have lived today"
If you create a good routine, you will not have to think about it, it will comes naturally.@lofivelcro @Fremen @Froud thank you for the support gonna try to make it a daily habit to come check-in here again.
I bought the audio version because I don't have a habit of reading books but it was well written and doesn't necessarily require undivided attention because the important points get revisited. I think a few of the frameworks in that book are helpful; my favorite ideas are that habits start with changing your identity and "habit stacking" (if you're leaving the house to run, take out the trash too or put a toothbrush in the shower so brushing teeth is automatic every time you shower).You are most welcome
I was advised a couple of years ago to read this: https://jamesclear.com/atomic-habits, you also can sign-up to his weekly newsletter which can be interesting.
That being said, i suggest you to use it as a baselayer and adapt it to your way