The 4 Principles of Self-Care Can Change Your Life

An 81-year Harvard Study Says Staying Happy and Mentally Sharp Boils Down to 1 Thing. READ ON: Image credit: CREDIT: Getty Images


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The 4 Principles of Self-Care Can Change Your Life

This Sunday night, I’m thinking about self-care. Statistically, that’s not a surprise. I’m a millennial, and data shows my generation thinks about personal improvement more so than the others. We think about it so much the self-care industry is now valued at $10 billion. It’s a clay mask-wearing, mediation app-using cash cow that some days makes taking time for yourself feel like a chore instead of something you actually want to do…


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