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Remember/Rekindle Your Passion

The key to avoiding anxiety is to make sure it stays a passion and doesn’t become a chore.

  • Where does your mind go in boring meetings? (stop multitasking, though!)
  • If you had to write every single day for the rest of your life, how could you make that feel like a reward?
  • What’s your Magnum Opus going to be?


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Just a pharm tech and wanna be author.

As someone with anxiety who used to love to write these tips are helping me get back into the habit without the guilt

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