How do you keep from feeling bored with the "same ole" "same ole"?
The answer is to find something new and different. There is plently new and different in contrast to the "same ole" "same ole".
Think more about something that does not make you feel bored and pay more and more attention to that.
Learn something new by doing something different or attending to something with a better associated feeling.
Just go in whatever direction your mind leads you. Probably you have many interests so go to the ones you feel you can go best with.
Simple -- don't have a "same ol', same ol'". This is usually easier said than done, but it starts with just making one small change. For instance, change up your daily routine, add in a hobby, or start taking a morning walk if you don't already. From there, keep looking for small ways you can affect change in your life, and keep in mind how each smile change contributes to your overall satisfaction.
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