Habits are made by experiences creating fixed ways of thinking inside our brain . To explain this, let's compare what happens inside your brain to what happens on a farm . There is a farmer named Joe, [3.1] his vegetable garden, [3.2] the chicken shed [3.3] and a mailbox [3.4]. Every morning farmer Joe first walks to the vegetables [4.1], then checks on his chickens [4.2], then collects his mail [4.3] and then walks back to the house [4.4]. After a few days of this routine, his trace becomes more visible on his farm . After a few months, the trace becomes fixed pathways [P]. Not only on his farm, but also inside his brain.