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Changing your routine can be difficult, especially if it is sudden and forced, like many of us are during the era of the coronavirus. Usually we have a few weeks to readjust to going back to school or starting a new position at work. Unfortunately, most of us have been abruptly reassigned to working at home. These tips will help those of us trying to stay productive when laying in bed is as tempting as ever. 

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It’s no secret that too much screen time is a poor habit on its own. In fact, one survey found that over 80% of people worldwide claimed that they couldn’t bare to go without their phones for a single day! However, there really is an app for everything these days – and that includes promoting healthier habits. When used appropriately and in moderation, these awesome (and free!) apps can help you stay on top of your health and personal goals. 

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Mindfulness is a practice that encourages people to live in the moment and be present. It’s been proven by scientists to help alleviate several physical and mental ailments. Unfortunately, the hustle and bustle of everyday life leaves little time for mindfulness. We’re so busy going over to-do lists and making future plans, we’re rarely ever really present. But it doesn’t have to stay this way. There are many things you can do to practice mindfulness every day. Here are a few of my favorites. 

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