Can't find a webpage about forming new habits
July 2, 2011 2:23 PM   Subscribe

Can you help me find a particular webpage about developing new habits?

Some time in the past few months, I found a website that divided up goals or lifestyle changes into how they were achieved. It was organized in the form of a table.

I think the columns of the table were things like doing something once, doing something multiple times/consistently, not doing something once, and avoiding something consistently. I think these were correlated with colors -- I'm fairly certain one was purple and another was blue. The rows may have been divided on tiers of difficulty, but I'm not sure.

FWIW, the background of the page is gray.

I've tried googling various permutations of the above, but I bet some of you have stronger google-fu than I do. Your help would be much appreciated. Also, though this is posted in the health and fitness category, the page was not focused on those topics -- it was much more general.
posted by mismatched to Health & Fitness (9 answers total) 26 users marked this as a favorite
Sounds a bit like Health Month. There are categories there like things to start doing, things to stop doing, and so on.
posted by ThatCanadianGirl at 2:28 PM on July 2, 2011

Response by poster: It's not health month. Probably should have specified that in the question -- oops.
posted by mismatched at 2:41 PM on July 2, 2011

Habit Judo?
posted by thisjax at 2:42 PM on July 2, 2011 [2 favorites]

Joe's Goals, maybe?
posted by Apropos of Something at 3:01 PM on July 2, 2011

posted by BitterOldPunk at 3:04 PM on July 2, 2011

This really sounds like Habit Judo.
posted by vorfeed at 3:18 PM on July 2, 2011

Best answer: I think you're looking for BJ Fogg's Behavior Grid!
posted by pants at 3:26 PM on July 2, 2011 [6 favorites]

Maybe you're thinking of Jake Lodwick's We Have Standards?
posted by kelegraph at 3:35 PM on July 2, 2011

Response by poster: BJ Fogg's Behavior Grid is exactly what I was thinking of! Thank you!
posted by mismatched at 3:42 PM on July 2, 2011

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