It’s crucial to have those certain cues around you to maintain that momentum. And that might be one of the reasons it’s hard to get back when momentum is lost. You go this direction for which seems like a short period of time. That’s when you slowly lose sight, and you don’t notice that. You do it kinda thoughtlessly. It seems like it’s not going so bad. But then there’s a moment you realize that things got out of hand. And you start knowingly avoiding your tasks. You’re in that place now. Welcome to Hell.
Now even if you know what it takes to build momentum, you have to actually do it. And before anything you have to get to that keystone habit. It’s the habit that puts you in that zone. When you do that, you do other important things. You are more likely to eat healthy if you started exercising, for instance. So, recreate the cues. Make the habits easy, attractive, enjoyable and obvious. And hopefully in no time, you are off to the races again.