In the past few weeks I have had an enormous amount of realization about how to organize the priorities in my life. It stemmed from the book I’m currently reading: Atomic Habits. In a portion of the book James Clear discusses environmental design and how changing friction, or the number of steps involved in a given action, can help you accomplish the goals that are important to you. Clear made a claim that has stuck with me since reading the book, “disciplined people are better at structuring their lives in a way that does not require heroic willpower and self-control. In other words, they spend less time in tempting situations.” Up until implementing this I was very undisciplined; I would make goals but would never follow up, start projects and never finish them, and mainly be prone to distractions easily.