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Journaling

Journaling

Journaling allows us to think more clearly and cures anxiety and depression.

It is an opportunity to articulate your thoughts, reflect on how you handle different situations, and clarify how you wish to approach life.

By writing and reading your own experiences you remind yourself of the things you have learned and provide a tool for yourself to realign with the person you want to become.

You can start this practice by putting aside just 5 minutes in the morning to write whatever bothers your mind.

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Hi! 🔭 Nice to meet you all. My name is Giovanni, I'm 15 years old and live in Italy. I am a big dreamer and I wish to change the world. My mission is to help as many people as possible embark on the journey of leveling 🆙 in life.

Despite the years gone by, stoic philosophy still has incredible potential in improving our lives, starting with our mornings 🌅

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