Break Your Bad Habits With This Savvy Solution!

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We all have bad habits. It could be nail biting, stress eating, smoking or even constantly checking our phones. Often bad habits are developed by stress and boredom as a way of dealing with them and it becomes harder to break these habits once we have gotten used to them. So, we’ve found a way for you to slowly start breaking these undesirable behaviours! According to the author of ‘Atomic Habits’, James Clear, the idea is to add ‘friction’ to these habits, or simply put, to make the undesirable behaviour difficult to do. These ‘frictions’ include unplugging your TV after use if you watch too much TV or leaving your phone in a different room if you constantly need to check your phone. So, if staying clear of your bad habits is one of your new year’s resolution, you should definitely give this a try!