No plan of operations extends with any certainty beyond the first contact with the main hostile force.
Helmuth von Moltke
Failure is always an option:
Whenever you try your hand at something new, you're always risking failure. But that shouldn't deter you. Without trying you're guaranteed to not achieve more than your current status quo. And the failures that do happen can provide valuable learning for your next steps in your journey.
I can say that this month's project failed to product any healthy habits, other than a semi-daily short yoga routine that I've been doing fairly well. Still, I've identified pitfalls to take into account the next time I try (and there WILL be a next time).
Going with the flow:
If I was overly focused on my February goal, I wouldn't be able to switch and take advantage of other emerging opportunities. My life has had some changes recently and that prompted me to shift to a new project a week early. March's experiment will be Operation Declutter.
It's time to get rid of some dead weight. I'll be thinning my processions and looking to create areas of less chaos in multiple areas of my life. Most of us are keeping things around that have long ceased to provide value to us. Why don't we lighten our burdens?
Will you join in?
I extend an invitation to join me for this project and try decluttering some of the areas of your lives. You can start small. It can be a closet, drawer, folder, whatever... just see if you can reduce the inventor to about half of what it was before you started. It might do you good. Best of luck to you!