It's polluting our oceans, destroying the earth, and hurting animals. Be more aware of what you're buying.
Nobody does this anymore, and it's such a thoughtful, genuine gesture. Make somebody's day!
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We tend to hang onto stuff "just in case." If you haven't worn it in a year, give someone else the chance to.
And if something is so expensive that you think that you won't be able to? Don't buy it.
It doesn't matter how positive a person you are. Negativity spreads, and it will impact you. And on a similar note...
Even things like super sad movies or news sources that just upset you.
"I’d also recommend going on a road trip without using Apple or Google maps. No GPS. Just start driving and see where it takes you," says Muth. "You’ll never know what sort of fun and exciting adventure you’ll end up on as a result."
The sun can do damage even when you're driving in the car. Make SPF your new best friend.
It's therapeutic, and you'll probably end up with something pretty darn delicious.
Some of us are so attached to our hair—literally and figuratively. Chop off a few inches. You might feel like a new person.
Practice a little bravery.
Making your bed helps you accomplish something first thing in the morning and thus starts your day with success.
Is the number of unread messages creeping up on you? Stay on top of it and aim to clear your inbox out throughout the week.
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Meditation offers a whole host of science-based benefits, including reduced stress and anxiety and improved memory and attention span. Try an app like Headspace.
We spend so much time sitting and staring at our phones, all hunched over. Loosen up those tight muscles with even just five minutes of stretching each day.
Even if you're not the artsiest, DIY-type of person, the satisfaction you get from making something with your own hands is undeniable. It can be as small as a candle or as big as a coffee table.
"Never go to bed angry." It's a cliche, but it's true. Aim to start and end each day with happiness and gratitude.
Overwhelmed by a filthy house you have to clean from top to bottom each weekend? Simple solution: Clean as you go. Wash dirty dishes after each meal and wipe down toilets and countertops throughout the week. Easy peasy.
Did someone do something nice for you recently? 2023 is a great time to do something nice for another. Maybe you'll pay for someone's coffee in the Starbucks drive-thru or buy a meal for a homeless person. Receive good things, and spread them, too.
Good things happen and you learn and notice so much when you spend more time listening.
People who write down their goals are 42 percent more likely to achieve them. Whatever you want in 2023, commit it to paper.
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