How to Slow Down – A Guide for Type A Personalities

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How to Slow Down – A Guide for Type A Personalities

I’ve always been an action-taker. I decide what I want, then I proceed to make detailed lists, action steps, and to-do lists. Can you relate to this? This way of being has got me far in life, I won’t lie. However, sometimes it gets in the way of me enjoying the things that are most important to me–my family, my friends, and my health. It also means I am so future-focused that I never take the time to appreciate the things I have already accomplished. So here’s how I am making myself slow down–starting today–and maybe it will benefit you too (I’m looking at you, Type A personalities). Start the day with meditation This sets the tone of creating space for mindfulness throughout the day. Meditation enhances your focus, reduces stress, sharpens your thinking, and has a host of other physical and cognitive benefits. It doesn’t have to be super long, either–I do 15 minutes and that is plenty...
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