10 things everyone should do at least once a year
There are different things on this checklist – some can help you become more productive and protect your well-being, while others are simply good for the soul. Take a look at this list and tell us – what else can one do once a year to make the most of every day of their life?
#1 Visit some place you've never been to
#2 Take a day off in the middle of the week
#3 Check your health
#4 Clean out your medical cabinet
#5 Check smoke detectors at home
#6 Give the things you don't need to somebody who needs them
#7 Spend a day without gadgets
#8 Clean up your phone
#9 Watch your old pictures and videos, listen to old songs, call your school friends
#10 Write a list of things you're proud of
Do you regularly do these things? What would you add to this list? Did any of these ideas inspire you?
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