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- Finding your center as most of us spend our days bouncing from one commitment to another. If we’re not careful, these moments can begin lose their meaning. Learning to hit pause is critical.
- Learning to write it down for nothing helps bring us back to the present, or remind us the goodness we bear witness to, than setting aside a few minutes each day to write down a few lines.
- Regulating the action of paying attention. How often do you find yourself extending grace to a person or a situation, yet withholding that same love from yourself? One daily practice will help you notice.
- Actively being intentional. Making these practices a part of your routine, as well as discovering new ways that work for you, is all about intentionality. That process can begin as soon as you do.
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When the old ways of doing life don’t work as well as they used to, what daily practices will bring you into the present with a renewed sense of gratitude and focus?
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