From gossiping to biting your nails, these 10 'bad' habits could be signs you're smarter than you think

Posted On: Jul 16, 2019   |   Posted By: Business Insider

From gossiping to biting your nails, these 10 'bad' habits could be signs you're smarter than you think

"Bad" habits like showing up late and gossiping may actually be more beneficial than people assume.
Procrastination, for instance, boosts creativity, one expert finds. Biting your nails may help prevent allergies.
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Here's the thing about bad habits.
Many of them can hurt you when taken to the extreme. But in small doses, those same "bad" habits can be part of a healthy lifestyle.

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