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Life Balance Journal

Talia reprints an excerpt from her book, “The Art of Calm,” on her blog today that describes how to keep a “life balance journal.” Using the four categories of diet, recreation, nurturing, and relaxation, Talia helps people avoid burnout, depression, and health problems that result from stress or being out of balance in one of those areas.

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