Reflecting on Nadira Jamal’s How to Build a Sustainable Practice Habit

4 thoughts on “Reflecting on Nadira Jamal’s How to Build a Sustainable Practice Habit”

    1. Really, Heather? Tell me more! You’re at a totally different level than I am, so I’d love to hear what resonates for you.

  1. In a way, I am struggling with the same things. Dance means a hell lot in my life, it actually shapes my life, but family and duties come first. They should – no problem with that, but it is very true that you NEED to MAKE SPACE for the things you want – for me, the dance.
    A while ago I read in your blog about practicing in the morning, although I’m anything but a morning person.
    But it’s true, the willpower IS there in the morning, and waiting until the afternoon or evening will almost always find me too tired to do practice or choreo work. And losing precious life time.

    So at least I started a morning workout to keep my health and fitness in a good shape. For now. I think I should extend it to a real dance training. Crunches are effective, but doesn’t fill a dancing soul.
    Thankyou for that review, it made me a real bit more confident! ♥

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