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10. Be still

10. Be still

Give yourself a break to be quiet. 

Meditate, listen to music, do nothing or even go for a walk, anything that can ease off your mind and clear your toughts.

Appreciate your life, what you have, take a break from your reality and think about how great you are and make yourself stronger.

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6. Eat better

6. Eat better

Investing in quality, non-processed, organic food is investing in yourself, if you can afford it. Try to buy from local grocery shops, cook at home and improve the quality of the food you eat.

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3. Praise the feedback

We all have moments in our work schedule when we think we are not enough or we self doubt. For this cases keep a Praise in your inbox and drag there all the emails where you get positive feedback from your boss or your work colleagues. 

When you feel down, just re-read those emails...

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Simple steps

If you want to improve your life, it doesn't matter what you do once in a while, it's what you do every day.

The good part is that it's the simplest things you do are the biggest one that make a diffrence. Some of them take even less than 10 seconds. It's a small price you ...

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5. Don't fall asleep angry at a loved one

Although it's not that easy to do, going to sleep after a fight with your lover or a person you care about it's not healthy for the relationship in the long run.

Try to solve the problem before going to bed and don't leave space to be unhappy on eachother.

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1. Take some distance from your alarm

1. Take some distance from your alarm

We all know how good the morning sleep is, but we also know the many times we wished to get up earlier so we can have more time.

When you set your alarm before bed, put it on the other side of the bedroom/room.

This will make you stand up, take a few ...

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4. Hydrate yourself

4. Hydrate yourself

Carry a full water bottle everywhere you go and drink water it when you feel bored, hungry, nervous or stressed. 

It's important to stay hydrated but we often don't do it because the glass of water is not there.

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7. You have food at home

Try to not bring junk food at home. It will make you lazy and go for the bad calories instead of cook that chicken with vegetables you already bought following the 6th habbit. 

If it's not there, you won't gonna eat it.

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9. Write your tasks

Write a psyhical to-do list and put it beside your alarm on the other side of the room. 

It will make you stay motivated, organised, and will keep your brain empty when you try to sleep because all the tasks you need to do are safe there and forget-free. 

Also, if you feel you can't s...

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8. Limit your phone

8. Limit your phone

When you talk with somebody, we put our phones on silent and be focused on that person. Why we can't do that for ourself also?

Our phones can make us lose track of time. It's easy to take a glimpse to a notification and then, boom, one hour later you're still scrolling. 

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2. Make time for yourself

Add one personal item to your work to-do list each day. 

If your day is full of work related stuff, it's easy to be caught up in the busyness that we neglect ourselfs.

Go to the gym, call your parents, play with your kids.

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