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Try a new healthy recipe


Challenge yourself to try something new in the kitchen, like cauliflower fried rice or vegan cookies.

Start Journaling


Take a few minutes to reflect on what you’re grateful for, then jot it down in a journal.

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Hit up someone you haven’t seen in a while for some much-needed quality time.

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