- Reading: Get your reading list out or make a new one and fix a me-time to catch up on all the books you’ve been wanting to read always.
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- Pursue any hobby: Start drawing, sketching, cooking, sharing recipes or anything under the sun that makes you happy and calms you down
- Me time! It is easy to procrastinate when you have no time boundaries between official work and me time. So learn to manage your time effectively and take out time for yourself
- Virtual tribe: A face-to-face is always recommended but given the circumstances, connect virtually. Do dinner dates, book clubs, study groups, live classes, small group conversational language classes... do you get the idea? Go for live, two-way (preferably speaking, not chat) conversations in real time. It can help to expand your social circle in an organic and accessible way.
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You are ONE DEEP BREATH away so many positive changes in your body and mind. More and more medical and scientific research is showing the connection between breathing exercises and Immunity, cancer, better sleep, better emotional health, better digestion, oxygenation at a cellular level, concentration, focus, mindfullness, acidity, inflammation and so much more... it is prana after all ...the very reason we are alive today. It's simple, free and can be practiced multiple times a day. Do it the right way. Be informed of the contraindications for certain breathing exercises. Teach this to your kids too. #deepbreathing #powerofbreath #thenewreligionlifestyle