Use this easy 7-step plan to give you more time each day
Incomplete and pending tasks take up space inside our minds.
This may include our unfulfilled desires and dreams, conversations that we haven’t had, projects that need to be wrapped up. We can help ourselves with this by writing down the draining and incomplete tasks, crossing off things you cannot control and creating an action plan for the doable stuff.
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