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You need to find balance. It seems like you’re either pushing hard in your relationship or the opposite, hardly taking action. You have two options: to push slowly and steadily, without forcing things, or you could take action and make things a little bit more dynamic.
Your relationship is at a standstill. You’re lacking ideas and projects, and you've reached a plateau in this area. This doesn’t mean that it’s the end of the relationship or your love, but you’ve got to take action in order to get out of this rut. Your routine and habits are wreaking havoc on your relationship.
If you’re thinking of cheating, you’re on the wrong track, you’re lost and out of balance.
Romantic relationships can also be affected by travel or distance between the couple, watch out for this.
The saying goes “one man’s trash, is another man’s treasure.” If you take the time to look through your garage today, you could find some valuable items. Make an effort to look at your belongings in a new light instead of thinking that it’s just junk piling up in your storage shed.
You could make a lot of money if you sold valuable possessions of yours that you no longer put to use. If you have a small collection, focus on just one, and don’t start others. If you put your heart into it, it could bring you good fortune in the future.
Take advantage of any extra money to pay off your debt. Your payments may not be urgent, but the sooner that you can free yourself of it, the sooner you’ll be able to start new projects. Also, you’ll avoid accumulating interest.
A lot of times, back, sciatica or lumbar pain comes from bad posture or lifting weights incorrectly. Pay attention to how you coordinate your body.
To avoid discomfort, you should keep your vertebral column as straight as possible, flexing your legs and using their strength to hold you up and to maintain your posture. Also, you should avoid rotating your spine when lifting anything heavy.
An ideal exercise to gain body awareness is walking 5 minutes daily with a book on your head. The goal is to keep the book from falling, which is only possible if you walk with perfect posture.