The One Mistake I Keep Repeating

And My Addition To It

Rebecca Scott
CliffView Life

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We all have bad habits. You know what some of them are for you. Especially the few bad habits we don’t want to admit to.

Forgetting to floss your teeth, drinking too many energy drinks, procrastinating, cheating on the workouts, forgetting to tell someone your plans, walking into work late everyday even though you have promised you would be on time. And many many more.

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We all have bad habits. And we always will.

There are countless podcast episodes, blog posts, newsletter emails, YouTube videos of how to break them. I am bold enough to say every content creator in the self-improvement/lifestyle category has content on changing bad habits.

From Mel Robbins, Lewis Howes, James Clear, Lori Harder, Gabe Bult, Anthony Vicino, Brendon Burchard, and Eddie Pinero they all have content on how to break bad habits.

One thing we all have to remember.

We don’t break habits we replace them. A lot of this is explained by Mel Robbins’ in her The High 5 Habit book.

Changing habits is kinda like the Uber Eats Super Bowl 2024 commercials. In those commercials that are claiming you have to forget something to gain something else. Not true as the commercials claims. Yet the point is that to say…

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Rebecca Scott
CliffView Life

I’m a student of life, Canadian East Coast girl just trying to earn my Crazy Aunt Mug and share my journey to where I am going.