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Living with purpose and vitality

  1. Let go of the idea of how your life is "supposed to be". Change strategy, even it means you have to face the unknown.
  2. Embrace your struggles and use them as a fuel for your new life.
  3. Stop the autopilot mode and be aware and present in every action you are doing.
  4. Be smart about your finances. Also, invest more in experiences and less in material things.
  5. Reconnect with nature.

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