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🚴‍♂️ Today’s tip: To feel more connected to yourself, go for a bike ride.

Okay, it doesn’t have to be a bike ride, but what we’re trying to say is that engaging in some sort of physical activity might just help center you more than reading yet another self-help book. We love books! But your mother was right: You need some fresh air and exercise every once in a while.

Wellness means dealing with both psyche and physicality,” Mitch Horowitz writes on Medium. “If you bike everywhere — and in nearly every kind of weather — you will not only become more physically resilient but, I believe, also more compelling as a person.” Find some physical activity that pushes your limits and go do it. Even if it’s cold out. Even if you don’t feel like it. Remembering you have a body is a crucial part of personal development.

💪 More from Forge on connecting with your body:

You Don’t Have to Exercise in the Morning

Try “Exercise Snacking”

Your Body Is Working Harder Than It Has To

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