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Frus­trated that you’re not achiev­ing your work, home or ex­er­cise goals? Don’t judge your­self, study your­self, says coach Sam Owen (re­la­tion­ship­ ‘Be­ing a stu­dent of your own life is em­pow­er­ing be­cause it says, ‘I’m in charge’. It helps fo­cus your mind on your goals and chang­ing your be­hav­iour, whereas be­rat­ing your­self leads to neg­a­tive emo­tions and habits. Next time you’re stuck, ask your­self: ‘What can I learn? How can I ap­ply this? How do I make sure I don’t make this mis­take again?’

SNAP-HAPPY Next time you’re out­side some­where BEAU­TI­FUL, take a PHOTO, or WRITE DOWN what you see. A new study says con­sciously notic­ing some­thing in na­ture IN­CREASES your level of well­be­ing.

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