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Not to-do list

Most of us feel accomplished when we cross items off our to-do lists.  Creating and following a “not to-do” list allows us more time and mental capacity for what we want, and enjoy that time more.

Committing to discontinue doing things that don’t serve you is as useful as starting new habits that do.

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