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Are you holding a grudge against someone? Practicing forgiveness is a great way to instantly improve your health and wellbeing. “Resentment is a huge source of stress—physically and emotionally—and it can lead to problems with physical health as well as depression, anger, helplessness, and hopelessness,” Lombardo says. Holding onto feelings of resentment or anger can affect your blood pressure, heart rate, and cause everything from back pain, stomach aches, muscle tension, and feelings of helplessness.
Your action plan: Write a little note of forgiveness (you can choose whether or not to send it) to yourself or someone that you're harboring feelings of resentment towards.
Sometimes the best steps for success are small ones. Do one of these easy wins each day to put your progress on warp speed
Add one easy win to each day and get ready for your best year ever!
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31 Days to a Fitter, Healthier You