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How A Massage Chair Improves Your Self-Care Routine

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Doing a self-care routine is one of the simplest ways to improve your health. Many people don’t pay enough attention to this, which affects other aspects like motivation, relationship-happiness, and productivity. Thankfully, there are various ways to practice self-care smartly within our busy modern lives. One such way is with a massage chair. Most people use a yardstick to measure …

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Reasons why you need to get going this year

What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail? It’s almost the end of January and it’s time to get back to being disciplined. If you are like me, the word “disciplined” immediately conjures up resistance. A feeling of dread and being uncomfortable emerges. Focusing on where we want to be, includes accepting that we will need to give …

How Being Productive Can Help Your Mental Health

How Being Productive Can Help Your Mental Health Photo by cottonbro from Pexels   Your mental health can seem like a finicky beast at times. One day, you’ll feel absolutely sublime. Then, on the next, you’re down in the dumps. Maintaining a positive state of mind can feel downright elusive sometimes. However, there are ways to improve it consistently. One …

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6 Things The Most Productive People Do Every Day

In case you are just recently visiting Earth, well, things have slightly changed since 2019. Whilst we discussed the mental health ramifications of the first lockdown (view post here), the second lockdown brought with it new challenges. More specifically, I’m talking about working from home. In the span of roughly two weeks in March, the number of people in the …

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Why you procrastinate and how to start taking action

Procrastination serves a purpose. It can protect us from further responsibilities and higher expectations from others but the flip side of that is self criticism and self hatred. Procrastination is an effective form of avoidance but it only works temporarily. The anxiety always come back again. Ultimately, the costs of avoiding and procrastinating will always outweigh the benefits. Procrastination usually …