If your clutch is going out of adjustmnt that often, then you have another problem. Sounds like you have a piece of linkage that is bending, once you set your clutch free travel on your pedal of an inch, that is it, it should not ever move except when the springs on your pressure plate get weak from age or heavy use. If you are shifting hard, it is normal to readjust pedal free travel every few months.
Are you using OEM linkage or after market linkage?
On the adjusting rod with the nut, try installing a lock washer there to prevent your adjustment from loosening up.
Hope this helps!
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