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50 Ways To Start Fresh

Defeat. Boredom. Lack of meaning in your life. All these symptoms, and many others, of course, are a sign that you need to start fresh. To run again. To leave the old behind and embrace the new. I started fresh for many times in my life, and, hopefully, I’ll start fresh again. 1. Sometimes starting over means accepting that you’re no longer the person you used to be. 2 Just Leave Quit the boring job, the abusive relationship, the past. 3. Too often we’re unconsciously rejecting other people by habit. 4. And move on. 5. It doesn’t have to be a friend. 6. Bungee jumping, for instance, if you’re the physical type. 7. A concert or other stuff involving hundreds or thousands of people. 8. Don’t make it a novel and don’t aim at publishing it. 9. And stick to it. 10. You don’t have to start fresh only after a big defeat. 11. Accept ALL your past defeats and victories. 12. Ok, you wanna change, but you’re not yet sure. 13. Throw away clothes, things, devices, memories. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

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