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“Keeping a journal is a great way to process your thoughts and emotions. Additionally, it helps you remember your life experiences. If you’re ready to start journaling, decide on what type of journal you want to keep. Then, express your thoughts, experiences, and ideas in your journal entries. To keep up your journaling habit, challenge […]Continue reading
“Practicing self-care may seem trivial, or it may seem hopelessly out of reach right now, but it’s critical to alleviating the effects of stress. Go for a short walk or do a few calisthenics. Spend a few minutes talking to a friend on the phone. Taking a few moments to sit and breathe deeply may […]Continue reading
In this linked article, James Clear writes: “None of these stories are mine. They were sent to me by readers of (my book) Atomic Habits. My hope is that these examples will illustrate how real people are putting the book into practice. They will show you what people are actually doing to build good habits […]Continue reading
“I’m sure you know what it is like to have a blank page or canvas in front of you.. but you’re unable to capture the great idea you had because you can’t fully remember it. You need something to stimulate your thoughts or help you remember. I have a solution that’s been working for me […]Continue reading
“Stress + Rest = Growth. It’s as simple and as hard as that,” writes Brad Stulberg author of Peak Performance. He continues, “no theme from the book has garnered as much attention as that equation. And for good reason… His article in Outside.com points out that “The American College of Sports Medicine, the country’s premier […]Continue reading
“For me, there’s only one reason to keep a journal: To manage myself. That’s the only practical reason I can think of. Why else would you keep a journal? It’s not that my life is so interesting that I can ever sell it as a memoir.” …Says Darius of Dariusforoux.com. He continues “No, I see […]Continue reading