Things That Make Me Smile

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I have always been an anxious person. My main coping mechanism is mindfulness. If, like me, you even wake up feeling anxious, it’s good to have a “mindfulness plan” in place so that you don’t begin your day feeding into that anxiety. The elements of your “mindfulness plan” will be unique to you, but I wanted to share some of the things that work for me.

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Constantly curious, dog-loving, anti-racism, politically progressive, book-loving, vegan lady. I want to keep learning every day, exploring other points of view

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Aunty Jean

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Constantly curious, dog-loving, anti-racism, politically progressive, book-loving, vegan lady. I want to keep learning every day, exploring other points of view

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