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How My Year of Practicing Extreme Self-Care Helped Me Find My Inner Author

I went from burned out mama to a writing machine and I attribute it all to my healthy daily habits, with a good old fashioned dose of downtime.

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Last New Year’s Day I decided to make 2019 all about myself. After more years than I could count of completely disregarding my own personal interests, I decided enough was enough.

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