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7 Bad Habits You Need To Break Now

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    Let's face it: Good intentions aside, it's easier to hit the snooze than get out of bed and hit the pavement. So, whether it's figuring out how to sculpt your body or finally learning how to carve out "me" time, the folks at YouBeauty have us excited to get sweating and stay on track.
    Update: This story was originally published on July 14.

    There are bad habits you quit and then there are bad habits you keep, despite resolutions, promises, and guilty feelings the morning after. And, even though they’re not the worst things you can do as for as your overall health is concerned, these bad tendencies are a bigger than you think and can cause long-term consequences when it comes to your health and your happiness.

    Here, the eight biggest “little” bad habits and how to kick them to the curb for good.

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