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Healthy habits

They say that old habits die hard, which means that breaking a bad habit may take work, but it is possible. Changing behaviours associated with cigarettes, caffeine, or even negative thinking, involves retraining your brain. Learn the best tools and strategies for approaching an old problem in a new way.

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How to prioritise and get stuff done

Here's a simple tool to help you prioritise tasks and get stuff done.

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