Your throwout bearing in your clutch is at risk of excessive wear
In the diagram below, your throwout bearing is number 17.
When you have your clutch pulled in all the time that flat bearing is where all of the spring tension from your pressure plate is centered upon. These bearing are relatively fragile and the reason why mechanics tell people not to 'ride the clutch' in a car.
If your driving in very slow moving traffic and can coast a bit from time to time then I recommend you do so. Of course, keep in mind your personal safety when doing this and that traffic is sub 15mph, IMO.
Notice how small the bearing is in the diagram and the amount of force being applied to it by the multiple clutch pressure plate springs. Too much extended use of the throwout bearing will lead to an earlier than normal failure. The pressure plate springs are labeled number 15 in the diagram and there are actually 5 of them.
The good news is, they are very cheap and very simple to replace.