Women's Health

Go Big for the Little Wins

We tend to save parties and Facebook announcements for major moments: a new job, a first house, a 10-year anniversary. But micro feats and seemingly mundane moments deserve just as much love—if not more. “Taking time to celebrate minor accomplishments encourages mindfulness, gratitude, and self-reflection, creating a happier, fuller life and helping you reach your goals,” says Megan Bruneau, a therapist and executive coach in NYC. “You’re able to see real

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