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The Surprising Benefits of Forgetting
Like living forever, remembering everything can be fraught with a dark side. The inability to forget can be conceptualized in the same way as the inability to sleep. Here¡¦s how to forget and make your brain smarter.

The Healing Power Of Being A Contrarian
: At first she said, "Let's see what the day brings." Then she self-corrected: "Let's see what you bring to the day." This simple shift in perspective holds a deep secret to happiness:

Warning: Tidying Up Might NOT Bring You Joy
Being Tidy is overrated. Keeping my home and work space neat and organized makes me feel like a people-pleaser as opposed to a self-pleaser.

New Year, Same Old You
A new year is traditionally associated with the slogan of a new you, but how do you suddenly change your core identity and your physical body? Is this the reason for failed resolutions? Instead let¡¦s try a new resolution: Self-acceptance.

Stressed? Unhappy? Time To Redecorate
Do you want to feel joy once again as you fortify your identity? Reach a more heightened state of self-awareness? Moreover, do you want to experience a fresh new beginning as you renew your sense of purpose? I have a simple and mundane method:

10 Powerful Energy Boosting Tips
To feel more energized you need to plug into an energy socket. To find the right socket identify your personal energizers. Here is a menu for you to pick and choose.

Stress Can Cause Vision Loss
When you are upset, you find it difficult, if not impossible, to reframe the picture with a positive one. And at this point you are not only hurting your spirit, but your physical vision. Here’s how:

The Yanny-Laurel Debate Can Open Your Eyes
The yanny-laurel debate did not arrive a minute too soon to teach us a stress- management lesson. Which word do you hear? Yanny? Laurel? If sensory input is not to be trusted, how can you trust that your processing of the truth is right? Here’s how to listen more intently and talk less:

Tap Into the Power of the No Mind
The no mind promotes a calm can-do mindset which can deal with stressors or problems as they arise, one at a time, before they build up due to a fearful, wandering imagination. Here¡¦s how to tap into its powerful benefits:

Time To Write The Not-To-Do List
In response to the constantly expanding endless to-do list I have come up with a counter strategy of what you will absolutely not do in the form of a not-to-do list. Here is what should appear on your list:

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