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You need breaks like this to remind yourself of why

You have to be really intentional about your alcohol break, so set an amount of time you plan on holding out. A whole month is likely a really good place to start, but you can also just decide to not drink on weeknights or some other personalized drinking goal that helps moderate. Oh, and definitely choose a reward for yourself when you make it to the end, like a dress you really want or a fancy dinner.No matter how you track your or celebrate your success, any kind of break from alcohol is a great idea th

The first thing I want to mention is that not everything in your life needs to change. Many people think that they need to wipe the slate completely clean after a break-up, but there are probably many things about your life you like and can remain the same. You can still enjoy gabbing on the phone with friends (even if they are mutual friends, they’re still friends), the eggs at your favorite breakfast spot, biking home from work, your favorite section of the paper. They may feel different without your n

As a busy caregiver, leisure time may seem like an impossible luxury. But you owe to yourself—as well as to the person you’re caring for—to carve it into your schedule. Give yourself permission to rest and to do things that you enjoy on a daily basis. You will be a better caregiver for it.

When you take your goal of earning $100,000 this year and it to $1,000,000, you’re forced to operate at a different level. The logical and traditional approach doesn’t work with 10X. As Shane Snow, author of has said, “10x progress is built on bravery and creativity instead. Working smarter.”

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