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Question everything: The one habit that changed my life

Question everything: The one habit that changed my life

It’s 2020, you don’t need a blogger, YouTuber, or social media person to tell you that reading, exercising, meditating, eating nutrient-dense food, journaling, and drinking enough water are good habits. I’ve written those types of articles as well. But society is slowly changing. People are waking up. We’re more aware of what we do, what we put in our bodies, and how we live. There’s a lot of personal growth advice everywhere you go. For the past few years, it seems like everyone is obsessed with self-improvement. You can tell that by the amount of self-help advice that you can get from mainstream media. Even traditional outlets like The WSJ feature articles about overcoming procrastination, personal finance, and healthy living. It’s everywhere. You can’t open Netflix without being bombarded with the latest health documentaries. But while this advice might look good on the surface, there are a few issues if you think about it more deeply: What advice is true? There’s a lot of…
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