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A recent survey intrigued me – apparently women are more likely to feel that it’s absolutely necessary to do everything in their lives perfectly, to the detriment of their own good health, whereas men are more likely to cut corners in a bid to put their wellbeing first. A to-do list is a dangerous omen hanging over one’s head, weighing down the day… much better to prioritise things into ‘absolutely essential’, ‘important’, and ‘nothing bad will happen if this doesn’t happen’ brackets. I may even add in a ‘don’t give a crap’ category for good measure – because there really is nothing wrong with saying ‘no’ to stuff that stresses, upsets, or saps you of precious health and good energy. So, not a to-do list – more of a what-do-I-want-to-do? list. Tick.

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