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Sometimes you just need to do nothing! Here’s how it improves your mental health

Plan time into your day to do nothing!

It’s proven that boredom is good for kids – even good for you. It has the potential to improve your mental health in big ways. But if you’re a planned out, schedule type person, author and speaker Megan Feldman Bettencourt recommends you pencil in a time of your day to do… nothing!

Megan has found there is an art to doing nothing. It’s something she teaches her kids, and she helped us learn it too.

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