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Self-care is the constant repetition of habits, which together ward off exhaustion and keep you at your optimum— physically, and mentally.
The best way to do this is to implement tiny ...
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Being well-rested is essential to health. You'll have more energy, more patience, and less anxiety if you accumulate eight hours of quality sleep in a day.
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Staying hydrated helps keep the skin clear, your mood balanced, and helps both digestion and your immune system.
Try to keep a water bottle on you at all times so you have the constant reminder to drink throughout the day.
Keeping up with your physical health reduces stress and releases endorphins (the chemicals that make you happy).
Exercise is also defined as any form of physical activity. So dancing in the apartment, walking around campus, or hitting the gym could all help you maintain a healthy lifestyle.
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It means cultivates insightful knowing rather than just a brain overloaded with information.
Mindfulness creates space to let new information in and to allow us to see how it rel...
It is a process of quiet reflection that requires mindful attentiveness, letting go of distracting thoughts and opinions to be fully in the moment with the text.
It slows down the reader and the reading—that alone changes the experience. It moves the reader into a calm awareness, allowing for a more profound experience and understanding.
Writing benefits from the capacities that mindfulness cultivates: being in the moment, even when remembering the past or imagining the future; not judging others and oneself while still exercising discriminating wisdom; holding multiple perspectives; being open to the new; and practicing kindness, compassion, and patience.
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