The sudden and swift outbreak of the coronavirus has forced millions of people to stay indoors—robbing them of their usual exercise routine and making it incredibly difficult to stay healthy and subsequently happy.
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It's easy to take a quick break from the day with a silent breathing session by practicing short meditations to elevate your mood, and there are plenty of helpful tools and tricks that will keep you motivated and on-track to hit your goals.
Take care of your mind and stay happy during these uncertain times with a lifetime subscription to MindFi Mindfulness. Usually priced at over $360, a lifetime subscription to this mood-boosting app is just $39 today—over 85% off MSRP.
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