Yes…that is my filler word. And I do use it at the end of a sentence as if I am asking you a question. Example: “Working out is healthy…right?”
What is a filler word? The Wikipedia definition: In linguistics, a filler is a sound or word that is spoken in conversation by one participant to signal to others that he/she has paused to think but is not yet finished speaking. In English, the most common filler sounds are uh /ʌ/, er /ɜː/ and um /ʌm/. Among youths, the fillers “like”, “y’know”, “so”, “actually”, “literally”, “basically”, “right”, “I’m tellin’ ya” and “you know what I mean?” are among the more prevalent. To see the full definition go to Wikipedia.
It is often thought that filler words are only used when presenting, however that is incorrect. Most of us have them and we use them daily in everyday conversation.
There is a great article from Toastmasters that has some great tips to try to reduce the use or get rid of fillers all together.
Your challenge is to figure out what your filler word is and try to catch yourself as you say them. Heck…if you can catch even after you have said them, then you have won half the battle. Good Luck!