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5 cool tips by Panhara Rith

5 cool tips by Panhara Rith

Let go
Get out of the city for a few hours to the beach or a hill. When you find a nice spot, take a deep breathand release: shout at the top of your voice. Just make sure you don’t frighten anyone around you.

Love the company of others
A simple hello from a stranger always chases away those dark clouds. So don’t shy away from people. And if you already have a million friends, stay connected with them through Facebook, email or text message. The best relationships are the ones we make an effort to nurture.

Learn every day
While competition is healthy, getting a bad grade is not the end of the world. Here’s a tip to prepare for your exams: set clear goals, plan a revision schedule and take action. But remember, education does not stop at graduation; there are life lessons to be learnt everyday.

Feel good, look good
The best tip for looking good is being kind to yourself. Apart from being positive-minded, do eat healthy and take care of your appearance. A great tip to combat the harsh exposure of the sun is making natural face masks with oats, honey or fresh watermelon. It’s a creative, inexpensive form of therapy!

Listen to music
Have you heard the phrase, ‘Music can soothe the most savage beast’?
The next time you’re feeling down, take your iPod on a long walk or run. Turn up the volume and sing along to your favourite song.


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