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6 Ways To Help You Live Your Best Life Yet

That's what we all want at the end of the day, right?

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As 2018 is quickly coming to an end, there are a lot of things we have learned about how to "live our best life." And thanks to Cardi B, there is even a song about it. If you're looking to do the same, here are 7 ways to live your best life and the one that you deserve.

1. Put yourself first more. 


This applies to your job, friendships, or even with your family members. While it's important to compromise,

2. Practice the art of self care. 


Perfect a long day at work or whatever hurdles life throws at you that day. Give yourself an hour or two, pop a bottle of wine, and run a hot bath. You deserve it.

3. Learn how to say no. 


If you don't want to go to that dinner party on Friday night? Or the girls night out your bff's are expecting you at? Take this precious sloth's advice and say no.

4. Try to cut out complaining or negative thoughts. 


Overtime, the negative talk and complaining weigh people down. If you can learn to minimize it or cut it out completely, things will start to feel lighter and more manageable.

5. Add healthier foods into your diet. 


Let me preface this by saying you don't have to go low carb, gluten free, or vegan if you don't want to. But by taking out a few things from your diet and replacing them with healthier options, you'll begin to notice a big difference in many ways.

6. Expose yourself to more positive energy.


Don't let anyone rain on your parade and try to bring you down.

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