Breaking Bad Habits

I just read an interesting page about bad habits. Well, more specifically about breaking them. We all have some things about us that could certainly stand changing, whether it’s spending too much money (umm, quit looking at me and my stuff, ok?) or overeating. The thing is that a bad habit usually costs much more than just the money you spend on it. Some of them cost peace of mind, or health problems. Sometimes they cost relationships, too.

The good news is that you don’t have to keep living that way if you don’t want to. I know I have some things to work on. Would you care to join me?

4 thoughts on “Breaking Bad Habits

  1. Habits can be destructive. I used to have some of those. The ones I have now are just annoying. I wish I could stop cracking my nuckles… but I don’t know how. 🙁

  2. Cynthia, I’ve heard wrapping a rubber band around your wrist, and snapping yourself when you start to do that bad habit can be helpful. I’m a confirmed knuckle cracker, too. 🙂

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