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Re-discover your truest self, revive real-life relationships outside the digital realm, and reconnect with your roots in the kitchen. With issue 22, embrace the presence and peace of yin yoga, let self-indulgence become a balanced part of your routine, and use mindful tips to make your focus less fleeting. Shower yourself in compassion, life is yours for the taking; if you need a little guidance, use Breathe’s bonus goal-getter cards.
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