You don’t need to buy anything or do anything to feel happier. You just need to appreciate what you already have. Gratitude can decrease depression symptoms as well as stress in general and leads to increased perception of social support. It improves self-esteem and psychological well-being. Importantly, gratitude has the power to activate the dopamine system.
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Time management is also about making room for the non-work things you love and those that allow you to recharge. Think about what recharges your batteries: It might be nature, exercise, friends, art, baking, or anything else you enjoy. And make time for it.
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If you've completely lost your willingness to do this thing because you're burnt out, free up physical and mental energy and reprioritize. Rest, de-stress and sleep enough to recharge your batteries. Say “no” to things that are less important than your goal.