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Make a choice: Enjoy the benefits of owning a dog, and embrace the responsibilities. Accept the fact that your productivity will drop, not just temporarily, but permanently. Appreciate that the lost productivity doesn't matter, because spending time with your dog is more important to you. Give the dog to someone who actually wants a dog, not just the idea ...


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It can be very tempting to buy another book that is recommended in the one you're reading, and with instant downloads, the temptation is to buy it, then start on this one and put the existing one to one side. My tip on this is make a note of the book, or if reading it in Kindle, highlight it, then when you've finished, look back through the notes, the book ...


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The first step is to decide if you want to finish it. Some novels you may not like and decide to abandon them. This is fine as you won't be upset about not finishing. The key is to know you never will open it again. I highly recommend using Goodreads as your book list. This provides with a two main benefits: Provides a way of knowing which books you ...


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Jan has exactly the right answer here: Simply don't allow yourself to open another book until the first one is complete. Even if you find you dislike it - just know you can't open another one until you are done. This will become easy after a while. If the book is non-fiction and you realise you will need to refer to another book to understand or clarify ...


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Most meditation rutines include a process similar to: Deep breathing a few times Focus on the enviroment (noises, smells, taste, ...) just stoping your thoughts to apreciate the external world. Focus on your body and mind. Check tense muscles, strong emotions, thoughts intentions. Then you will start your normal meditation after having addressed all ...



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