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  1. In this wild and stressful life, I have a tendency to just drop everything and do nothing. This is not working for me, so I need a routine to make sure I at least stay somewhat active during these periods. I'm recovering from a burnout, so I only work 3 morning a week at the moment. Hopefully this will be more by the end of the challenge, but I genuinely don't know yet. I want to put in place the following routines: Working day routine: after work, make sure to do yoga and either a short walk or bike ride. Non-working weekday routine: walk at least 5 kilometers, starting before 9. Do
  2. Quick Recap: After trying to juggle saving money, a massively restricted budget, odd working hours, and a rough patch caused by depression and anxiety mixing with the former things, I’ve slowed down so much a snail could outpace me. But I haven’t stopped. Instead I’ve picked out the pieces of the last few challenges that have worked for me, identified the goals that are vital to sustainable success, and put together a deload challenge. No lofty goals, no pressure, no blaming myself if I have to slow the pace even further. And, you know, I’ve done fourteen challenges here on NF (sho
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