All habits are not equal. There are habits that have less benefits, and there are some that have great benefits.
Some habits that have great benefits will complement your other good habits, or even create new good habits.
Charles Duhigg calls these habits, in his book “The Power of Habit”, as KEYSTONE HABITS
Example of Keystone habits are those that fall in the categories of SLEEP, DIET and EXERCISE. We call this as THE HEALTH TRINITY.
Build your Keystone habits first, and it will be easier for you to build new good habits.