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How to Practice Self Care and Feel Better, More Alert, Focused and at Peace

 

The concept of how to practice self-care has reached an enormous level of popularity recently.

If you scroll through nearly any social media feed geared toward the female audience, you’ll inevitably find features on beauty treatments, relaxation, or someone participating in “retail therapy” complete with the hashtag #selfcare at the bottom of the post.

The term “self care” takes on a number of different forms depending on who’s doing the talking, and there’s no one set way to achieve the “self care” you keep seeing across social media all of the time.

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8 Tea Tree Oil Uses to Boost Your Overall Health

tea tree essential oil

 

The ways that tea tree oil uses can benefit your health and beauty are reason enough to make sure you’re using it. But if you’re not aware of all the ways it can be used, how do you know it’s something that will benefit you? You don’t.

So let’s find out a little more about the different uses for tea tree oil, and the ways you can apply it to live healthier more naturally. Let’s go!

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How YOU can Transform Pain into Positive Growth

woman in shadow - how to deal with emotional pain to grow

It’s pretty safe to say that most people don’t like pain. Pain is uncomfortable. It takes us away from our happy place and forces us to deal with stuff we don’t enjoy. Pain is inconvenient, costly, and distracting. Remember that meme, “Ain’t nobody got time for dat!” Yeah, that’s how we feel about pain.

On the other hand, there’s a small segment of the population that welcomes pain. I’m serious. Just look at all those ultra-marathoners and extreme sports enthusiasts. They know pain intimately. It motivates them, pushes them past their limits. Most of us will never understand that drive, and instead will do our best to stay in the pain-free zone.

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