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Sometimes, being alone is important. Discovering something about yourself is impossible without taking some ME time. Being alone allows our brains to recharge. It needs balance. Despite the importance of social interactions for certain forms of brain activity, time alone is needed by the brain to rejuvenate and unwind. The freedom of being alone without distractions lets you clear your head, focus, and think clearly. 

In this episode, I will share with you the importance of planning your own someday, what made me discover my own someday, and highly important tips on how you can realize your own someday that will eventually lead you in discovering your very own #bestmeever. 

My Unicorns, enjoy listening!   

Here are a few topics you’ll hear in today’s show… 

  • My idea of the perfect someday.
  • The day I got infected with COVID19–the day I started my realizations, my new someday. 
  • The importance of having breaks. 
  • A super effective exercise on how to realize your own someday.

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