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    7 Tiny Changes You Should Try Out This Week

    Just some small things to make your life better.

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    1. If you've got 3 minutes: Check out Pixelthoughts


    This sweet meditation tool makes your worries literally vanish. Just type in what’s bothering you, and watch as it shrinks away into nothingness.

    2. If you've got 5 minutes: Open your windows.

    3. If you've got 10 minutes: List your fruit and veg intake.

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    "I write down every fruit and vegetable I eat in a little diary (with the aim of reaching my five a day) so I can see what good things I've put into my body each day and that way if I've only had like one or two things I feel urged to try and do better the next day!

    This is today so far:




    So now I'm like SHIT I NEED TO GET TWO VEG IN AT DINNER." – Remee Patel

    4. If you've got 15 minutes: Try an easy organising tip.


    I'm not one for buying shoe racks to turn into mop storage (or whatever is trending on Pinterest), but I always find these tips helpful and inspiring.

    5. If you've got 20 minutes: Try out something new.


    Here's 7 ways to entertain yourself this week, including games, music, TV and books. I can heartily recommend One :

    "Crossan’s book is a well-researched, heartfelt, and seriously devourable story about conjoined twin sisters Tippi and Grace, written in poems.

    I get that this sounds like a weird mix of things, but the result is amazing, and the fact that it’s written in poems actually makes it a breezy, short read that you can go back to again and again. Perfect for swallowing a whole book on a lazy Sunday afternoon, or in short bursts on your commute."

    6. If you've got 30 minutes: Go visit some animals.

    7. If you've got 30 seconds: Read this tweet

    Look, I know this week has been tough so here's a chihuahua dressed as a centurion being pulled by a sausage dog.

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