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On day 1 of adopting a gratitude practice such as The Five Minute Journal, it may be fine and dandy to say “I’m grateful for the sunny” day. By the...
Goals and habits can quickly become routine and stale. The same workout. The same eating plan. The same dates. At this point you’ll hit an enthusiasm dip. The proverbial rut....
In the pursuit of excellence, it’s easy to end up not even good. I’ve heard from enough friends wanting to start an exercise habit that if they could not do...
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