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Simple Habits for Daily Mindfulness by HENRIK EDBERG

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Simple Habits for Daily Mindfulness by HENRIK EDBERG

“Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.”
Buddha

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How to Deal with Disappointment: 12 Helpful Steps by HENRIK EDBERG

When you get disappointed then it can hurt. Sometimes a bit. Sometimes a lot.

It can drag you down into a negative funk for days or even weeks.

But if you learn how to deal with that disappointment in a healthier and more helpful way then it can be less a lot less scary and painful and actually a springboard or learning experience for further personal growth.

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Stop Comparing Yourself to Others by Romina Tomas

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Stop Comparing Yourself to Others by Romina Tomas

Are уоu constantly соmраrіng уоurѕеlf to оthеrѕ? Is іt еаѕіеr fоr уоu tо ѕее someone else's positive trаіtѕ rather thаn your own? Well, it іѕ tіmе to ѕtор! It іѕ tіmе tо сhаngе thіѕ аnd ѕtаrt fосuѕіng оn уоur gіftѕ, tаlеntѕ and skills.

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Lisa Frank and Meditation: How Stickers Can Help You Make Mindfulness a Habit - Blog by Alexandra Greiner

What do Lisa Frank and meditation have in common? Mindfulness, it turns out.

Ah meditation, the mother of all wellness trends. That thing that everyone tells you that you should be doing. But, how do you actually do it? What exactly counts as meditation? Do I have to be sitting perfectly still for hours on end? Am I doing it wrong if thoughts keep popping into my head? And what does Lisa Frank have to do with any of this!?

If you’ve had these questions, you’re not alone. I’d been toying with the idea of meditation...

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What To Do When You’re Getting Self-Worth In The Wrong Places - Blog by Brittany Muldoon

I’ll start with a hard question: Where does your self-worth come from? On the surface it can seem easy: “my self-worth comes from myself, obviously.” But if you really look inward and reflect, it becomes clear that sometimes this isn’t the case. And that’s really scary. We can unknowingly and accidentally put our self-worth on things or people that are outside of our control, and this can turn toxic very quickly if we aren’t careful. 

So, how do we recognize when our self-worth is coming from the wrong places? And more importantly, what can...

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