Habits – Question of the Month


Funny things aren’t they and we are funny in the way that we talk about them.  Don’t you think it’s strange the way we feel compelled to label them either good or bad?

So this is the place for us to talk about the first Question of the Month in my newsletter. (If you’d like to, you can sign up here)

“What one habit could you change,
to give you the greatest benefit?”

That question was prompted by the fact that I had a list of questions…..but couldn’t remember which notebook they were in.  So if I were to give up one habit that would have a huge impact for me it would be my compulsion to keep starting new notebooks.

I love notebooks, they can be so pretty and starting a new one is just such a lovely feeling.  Each time I make a start on a new one I promise myself that I’ll find a better way of using it, of organising my thoughts and I won’t start a new one until this one is finished.

So I said I’d go and have a look at how many I had on the go.


Then I realised that there were some more……


Now I know that I need to consolidate!



About Clare Wildman

YES! I’ve found my purpose in life and it’s to help others to change their life. At some level I’d always known that, I just didn’t know how. Guess how I found out? That’s right I went to a Life Coach and found that coaching was the answer to my own life change and that of others.


  1. Hannah on 29th June 2015 at 5:41 pm

    My habit would have to be procrastination which includes social media. You can waste a whole morning achieving nothing!

    • Clare on 29th June 2015 at 7:27 pm

      That’s always a popular one Hannah. I’d say probably top 3 of those I hear in the coaching room. Social media takes a lot of flack over it as well.

  2. elaine on 30th June 2015 at 8:59 am

    I have a habit of getting distracted all the time. I can be walking down the isle in supermarket just going in for the milk, pass the newspapers and I am still reading half an hour later. See a paper / magazine I pick it up. Which is probably why I don’t buy them. I even read leaflets anything I just can’t help it and I always have at least two or three books on the go too.

    • Clare on 30th June 2015 at 5:11 pm

      Sounds like that could turn out to be a useful habit at times. Bet you learn loads!