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What can I do for 10 minutes every day that will change my life?


What can I do for 10 minutes every day that will change my life?
Although meditation is a nice answer, please refrain from adding it if there is nothing new and interesting describing it as this has already been added multiple times.
  • Be Bold And Be Fearless - One of my friends is a musician and he had the pleasure of meeting r&b singer Usher who gave him some awesome advice. He said in all things, especially your career, be bold and be fearless. Believe in yourself, take risks, and don’t accept no for an answer. Fight to have no regrets when you are in your old age.
  • Eat Blueberries - Blueberries are a super food! They improve your brain/cognitive function, reduce DNA damage, improve your memory and more. This fruit offers a number of health benefits and they are super easy to incorporate into your diet.
  • Speak To One Stranger A Day - Open yourself up to meeting new people. We live in an age where we can be in a room full of people and stare at our phones the whole time. We are social creatures! Strike up conversations with people you find interesting and enjoy meeting people from different walks of life.
  • Take A Walk - Life is noisy and we have a million things going through our minds on a daily basis. Take some time to go on a walk by yourself. Clear your thoughts and recharge. It’s great to take a mental break sometimes and separate yourself from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
  • Set Objectives For The Day - Define clear objectives for yourself at the start of your day. This helps you stay productive during the day especially when you have a busy schedule.
  • Kegel Exercises - Both men and women benefit from doing kegel exercises. Kegel exercises help strengthen your pelvic floor muscles which aid in strengthening your sexual, urinary, and bowel functions.
  • Call Your Parents - Do it. They love you, miss you, and want to hear from you. Make an effort to develop a deeper connection with them if you don’t already have one. Try to get to know them as people instead of just as the people who raised you.

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