Close the loop

If we don’t have time to clean, we don’t have time to cook.

If we don’t have money to pay for the dinner bill, we don’t have the money to enter those doors.

If we don’t have enough water to take long showers, we have to rethink the way we use our water.

If the bus is consistently late, we don’t have time to wait for the bus.

If we’re not going to make a great project for our client, we’re not going to sign any contracts.

Like how actions (and non-actions) have reactions, some habits should be closed.

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