The Here and Now Habit by Hugh G. Byrne, PhD

How mindfulness can help you break unhealthy habits once and for all

The Here and Now Habit surpasses procrastination, and it’s not related to scheduling or time management. Therefore, the book  focuses on awareness as part of mindfulness – Buddhism – to deal with unhealthy habits and how to overcome them.

Related: Into the magic shop by James R. Doty

New land here for me with The Here and Now Habit as I haven’t practiced mindful meditation, and I’m not interested in Buddhism. However, I’m including meditation in my routine from this day forwards and check how it develops.

I consider these book techniques will suit me better on the go to remain present through quotidian activities because unhealthy habits operate “under the radar.”

I love when authors write about topics as meditation that appear ethereal but through a neuroscience research show how it affects our bodies, specifically the positive brain changes.

The book includes the power of intention, willingness to change, and practice through mindfulness to break unhealthy habits that lead to suffering.

Recommended: Mindfulness and Meditation – 4 Must-Read Books from a Scientific Perspective


Available on: Amazon US| Amazon CA | Amazon UK | Powell’s Books | IndieBound

Author Hugh G. Byrne
The Here-and-Now Habit: How Mindfulness Can Help You Break Unhealthy Habits Once and for All
Published by New Harbinger Publications, (March 1, 2016)
ISBN: 978-1626252370

ARC by NetGalley

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