An identifiable pattern of behaviours woven into our everyday life. The behaviours that make up our lifestyle are often routine and habitual, undertaken without much conscious thought. They include behaviours that influence our health, for example, travel habits (car vs walking), eating habits (take-out pizzas vs homemade meals) etc. Lifestyles also have environmental effects; modern urban lifestyles are much more environmentally damaging than those associated with traditional agrarian communities.

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