Your Thoughts Are Reflected In Your Mirror

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What you think about yourself is reflected in the mirror.

That means that if you can change what you think about, you can change what is reflected in your mirror.

In the 1950s, a plastic surgeon named Maxwell Maltz noticed that his work improving his patients’ faces didn’t always have the life-changing, positive effects he anticipated it would have. Every so often…

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Ginny Grabowski

Ginny Grabowski

Personal Trainer and Wellness Coach. Plant-based runner, kettlebell enthusiast, sharing stories and advice about health, fitness, nutrition, and mindset .

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