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How to stay at peace

Examined-balanced life

At peace 

In my 20 plus years of existence, I must say I didn’t do fully outrageous things or out of hand. Maybe some form of it but not fully. There are a lot of times of solemnity but also, there are a bit of seeing my friends and staying up to date in what they do. I guess, spending some time with yourself is healthy enough in commiting to a well-balanced life. In that way, you will reap more self-awareness, more self-care more of being yourself. While on the other hand, keeping up with your social life.

I must say that a healthy conversation both with your self and a friend really does a good and leads to a well-examined life. Doing physical things is another topic like commiting to hours at the gym to shape up but the point is, when you do more of you, the more you can be there for a friend.

Keep a diary of yourself, do a lot of self-talk, dedicate to self-care–these are the things and tools to be able to have the right amount of peace and a balanced-life.

In the long run you will be able to reap the good habits of taking care of yourself, It is one of the keys to a more peaceful life

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