*Now Closed* January Facebook Competition (Including T&C’s)

It’s a new year and as promised, I have organised a new competition for you lovely readers.

Why? Because I want to help you to beat the January blues with a little positive reinforcement!

I also wanted to make this an opportunity to get to know you better. I want to know what you would like to see me write about next on this blog. What interests you? Or what could I help you to achieve? Maybe you would like a more lighthearted tone in the next article?

If you are interested in entering this competition, then please head over to my Facebook page

And keep reading below for my full terms and conditions!

Full Terms and Conditions.

Open to UK residents aged 16 and over, excluding relatives of the administrator of www.BehaviourBabble.com. Closing date for entries is 23.59 GMT on the 10th of February 2017. Only one entry per person.

One winner will be selected prizes and will receive all of the items as shown in the image within the giveaway promotional post. All items are from the Flying Tiger Copenhagen, but this giveaway is not in collaboration with Tiger.

Entrants must click the Like button and must leave a comment on the Facebook promotional post with a relevant answer to the question within the promotional post “What topic would you like me to write about next on this blog”, one comment per person. The winner will be chosen at random. The winner will be informed by a reply to their comment plus a Facebook message within 1 days of the closing date and will need to respond within 5 days or a new winner will be chosen.

The prizes will be sent within 7 days of the winner confirming their address. The promoter is Behaviour Babble, UK. By participating in this prize draw, entrants confirm they have read, understood and agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook

New Year = New Habits: How I Ditched My ASOS Addiction and Committed to Long-term Goals

New Year’s resolutions, love or hate them, someone is bound to ask you if you have made one. With 2016 being quite an interesting year for many, everyone seems to be more determined than usual to make this year great. So what are my plans for this year I hear you say? Oh well since you asked! This year I decided to make a resolution that I could easily commit to. I started to reflect upon which of my habits that I most wanted to change in 2017, using a bit of help from behavioural psychology.

Straight away I knew that one of the most unnecessary outgoing spends that I have is purchasing clothes. The thing is, I never go overboard. Just a £30 dress here or a £20 top there. But over time this creates a dent in my bank account that I really do not need. There are plenty of perfectly nice outfits sitting pretty in my wardrobe. But where does my urge to spend come from? I don’t buy women’s magazines very often and I don’t even have a TV (Thanks laptop and Netflix’s, you are a Godsend!).

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