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Simple Steps to Inner Beauty

Is inner beauty something that unattractive people say to themselves to relieve themselves? Is it visible to everyone? Inner beauty is much more than that. After thinking about it for a while, you'll realize that it's the only beauty there is. This is not to say that exterior attractiveness is unimportant. When the two are compared, however, inner beauty is more important than you may realize. Cultivating a concept of inner beauty is a delicate dance during which we move our focus inwards to embrace self-care habits while also moving our gaze outwards to focus on the people around us, trying our best to show up and support those we care about. Here are simple amazing techniques to build inner...

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The Stress-Relieving Advantages of Practicing Gratitude

Have you ever noticed how certain people appear to be able to keep a generally cheerful mood no matter what is going on around them? They, like everyone else, enjoy the good times, but they also appear to be able to focus on the positive in the face of some very bad circumstances. They recognize the good in tough people, the opportunity in a difficult situation, and they appreciate what they have, even when it is lost. Fortunately, with a little work, a happy attitude may be developed. Although we are born with some temperamental dispositions, the brain is a muscle, and by working on it, you can enhance your mind's natural tendency toward optimism. Fortunately, working on developing your...

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6 Healthy Ways to Enjoy the Joy of Missing Out

According to Urban Dictionary, JOMO is the "Joy of Missing Out." Simply defined, you're focused on what you're doing in the present now rather than on social media broadcasting or viewing what everyone else is doing. The inverse of FOMO, or the fear of missing out.JOMO is defined as choosing what makes you happy and being deliberate about how you spend your time. It is being fully present without thinking about missing out on something or how it will appear on social media. Since the pandemic, many of us have been suffering FOMO, or the fear of missing out, which has had an impact on our mental health.  So, how do you deal? 1. DISCONNECT FROM TECHNOLOGYReduce your time spent on...

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How to Overcome FOMO

Social networking can be both a blessing and a curse. It's excellent for getting in contact with old friends, meeting new people with similar interests, and exchanging ideas—but it's also a breeding ground for self-comparison, like a bully who eats away at your self-esteem. Its preferred weapon? FOMO is an abbreviation for "fear of missing out."FOMO is defined as a sense of inferiority and anxiety over missing out on significant experiences caused by self-comparison and exacerbated by social media. It's rife, with more than half of all social media users and over two-thirds of Millennials reporting such concerns. Here are a few suggestions for dealing with your crippling FOMO and living the kind of life you don't want to miss...

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Reasons Why Minimalism Is Beneficial To Your Mental Health During A Pandemic

Minimalists recognize what is truly valuable.When you get rid of 80 percent of your belongings in a year, you acquire insight into what is truly valuable and what is just fluff. In a time like this, we need to be able to rapidly separate the things that will add value to our lives from the things that will add noise. The news and social media can be full of junk and information that adds to your anxiety and panic, but social media is also an amazing place for connection and exposure to new ideas for instilling hope and positivity that may uplift you or provide you with the exact tool you need at the exact moment you need it. The...

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