Are your habits serving you?

Claire Brummell, Feminine 1stHabits.  We all have them, whether we’re aware of them or not.

Good habits, bad habits, those that are indifferent.  Some we’ve picked up from other people, others just from our own experiences.

A habit is just something that we do on a regular basis…something that because we’ve done it so regularly for so long that it can be a challenge to change.

But more often than not, it’s not changing habits that is the challenge…it’s actually being aware enough of them to identify whether or not it would benefit us to change them!

I had an experience while I was in San Diego that really brought this to my attention…watch the video to find out more:

So this week I’d like to invite you to become conscious of your habits.  Not to change them or shift them in any way…just become aware of them.  Because when you’re aware of them you then have the ability to ask yourself the question “does this serve me?” or “is there a better way?”

I’d love to hear your thoughts on this and also any questions that you might have, so please leave me a comment below to share your thoughts…

Wishing you an amazing week,

Stay Fabulous!

Claire x

2 replies
  1. Pilar
    Pilar says:

    Hello Lovely
    Happy to see your enjoying yourself and learning more in the glorious surroundings that are the United States of America (a needed holiday comes to mind)
    Thank you for your post it made me think about a couple of my habits have have defined me for so long but are perhaps, no longer necessary.
    Sometimes I just don’t know how else to be and other times they have served me well. Just depends on the company, context and situation…you never know when they can come in handy 😉
    Keep your habits but use them sparingly, you never know what effect they will bring.

    Many Thanks again Gorgeous xoxox

    • Claire
      Claire says:

      Thanks so much for your comment Pilar! Lovely to hear from you! 🙂 I couldn’t agree more…being conscious of them is the key…and then you can choose to use them when they serve you, and not to when they don’t. Much love to you xx


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