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It’s ok to slow down and just take a break

Do an act of kindness for yourself.

Graphic by Kat Nieh (author). Photo by Tri Nguyen Trong via Canva.

More importantly, give yourself full permission to truly take a break.

No guilt. No regrets. No could’ves, should’ves, or would’ves.

Be okay with not needing to do anything. Enjoy your time off — your body and mind need to recuperate as much as it needs to be active.




Spreading the mentality of kindness and inspiring you to infuse more kindness into your life

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Kat Nieh

Kat Nieh

DATING CLARITY COACH writing about conscious love+dating, improving your mindset for a fulfilling, holistic lifestyle, and practicing self love+kindness.

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