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9 Small Ways to Make Your Life Feel More Calm

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When you have a busy schedule, like an event planner, sometimes you need to stop and take a break to relax.  Luckily, Bustle has come up with a few ways to make your hectic schedule feel calmer.  Take a peek at these.

  1. Do things as they come up, answer emails as they come in
  2. In the morning do the thing that is most important to do, or the thing you least want to do
  3. Keep a planner
  4. Make people a priority not a chore
  5. Make time to keep the little things organized
  6. Compartmentalize your life
  7. Do brain training
  8. Learn to be direct

For the final way to make your life calmer, click here.

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