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Stick to It: Five Healthy Habits

April 09, 2020

Stick to Your Routine
Waking up and going to sleep at a consistent time is good for the mind and body.


Exercise and Sweat
Set aside some time each day to break a sweat and get moving! Try rallying against a wall.


Create a Workspace
Having a well-organized desk helps organize your thoughts and be more productive. 


Eat Healthy Meals
Make sure to take lunch breaks. Eat consistent healthy meals with little to no distractions away from your workspace.  


Stay Positive
Find a moment to be grateful for every day.   

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