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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

I’m a therapist who traded in typical self-care advice for going wave running in the Florida Keys. Here’s why it’s working — and how anyone can put the spirit behind it into practice. | Business Insider

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Instead of going the traditional self-care route, Amy Morin decided to step up her routine by scheduling time every day to take her WaveRunner out for a spin on the water. Not everyone has a personal watercraft, but an adrenaline-boosting activity or making time for something fun for you regularly can help clear your mind, improve your mood, and can make you feel better. Scheduling something fun is tougher during the pandemic but it would increase your efficiency at work and improve your mental health.

Source: https://www.businessinsider.com/therapists-self-care-routine-energy-adrenaline-boosts-recenter-during-covid-2020-8

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