How to avoid your friends asking for your habits?
People are always asking for my habits, but that’s not always true.
I’ve found that if I have my habits in a good place, I’m happy to answer their questions.
For example, I recently got into the habit of checking my inbox and asking friends to check out my email.
I find that I’ve noticed some of them have been curious about what I’m up to.
Sometimes I get a few emails and a few questions from friends asking me if I’ve been sleeping, or if I’m taking medication, or what my favourite song is.
I like to respond with a list of my habits and a little bit of my personal information about myself.
Sometimes these friends are really interested in what I do, so I’ll answer them in my own words.
I’m not trying to tell you to get rid of your habits, or to ignore them, but I’m hoping you’ll understand how it feels to be asked about them every time you open your inbox.
If you’re struggling to answer these questions, and you’re a bit uncomfortable with them, don’t worry.
It’s okay to get a little uncomfortable with it, and I hope that helps.
Here are some tips on how to avoid the awkwardness of asking for things.
Tip 1: Use your first name and last name.
Don’t just assume you know everything, because I’ve had people ask me, “How did you get so much in your email?”
I’ve tried my best to explain that I’m a busy person, and my inbox is a place I go to find out what’s happening in my life.
I use my first name to get my news and updates, and last names to let people know who I am.
I also use my phone number to give people more information about me.
Tip 2: Use a different email address when you get your email.
Some people are a little concerned that I don’t use a different name when I send them emails.
Actually, it’s quite common for me to have multiple names.
Sometimes people are surprised when I don, but they also sometimes assume I don