Infographic – 30 Things to start doing for yourself

I love this infographic.

What’s great about doing these things for yourself is that each and every one of these helps to build your resilience. Put one or more together and your ability to bounce back in life will increase even more quickly.

Print the infographic out and stick it on your fridge, mirror, or somewhere you can see it every day. Then, choose one or two ideas to practice each day.

Let’s talk about which ones are most helpful for you in the comments below!

(You can click on the infographic to see it full-size.)

30 Things to start doing yourself

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