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Having a lazy day now and then is something most people can work with; in fact, everyone needs a day of rest at least once a week to recharge themselves after a grueling week. However, having a day of rest and just being lazy all the time are very different things. Some people can start by telling themselves they need a break, but the longer you make a habit of being lazy, the more it tends to become your lifestyle.
You may be lazy because you are unhappy or struggling.
Here are 8 changes that you can introduce into your daily routine to combat laziness:
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