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  1. Day 1 - PURPOSE-DRIVEN
    7 Inspirations
  2. Day 2 - REALISTIC
    7 Inspirations
  3. Day 3 - HABITUAL
    7 Inspirations
  4. Day 4 - SOCIAL
    6 Inspirations
  5. Day 5 - ORGANIZED
    6 Inspirations
  6. Day 6 - DESIGNED
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  7. Day 7 - CONNECTED
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  8. Day 8 - MOVEMENT
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  9. Day 9 - RESTED
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  10. Day 10 - NUTRITIOUS
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  11. Day 11 - HYDRATED
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  12. Day 12 - CONTENT
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  13. Day 13 - COMMUNAL
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  14. Day 14 - KIND
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  15. Day 15 - FAITHFUL
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  16. Day 16 - TRADITIONAL
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  17. Day 17 - GROUNDED
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  18. Day 18 - ENVIRONMENTAL
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  19. Day 19 - PURE
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  20. Day 20 - HAPPY
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  21. Day 21 - SELFLESS
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  22. Day 22 - DILIGENT
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  23. Day 23 - REFLECTIVE
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  24. Day 24 - BALANCED
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  25. Day 25 - HONEST
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  26. Day 26 - PLAYFUL
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  27. Day 27 - DETERMINED
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  28. Day 28 - DISCIPLINED
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  29. Day 29 - INTENTIONAL
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  30. Day 30 - HEALTHY
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ENVIRONMENTAL – STUDIES SHOWS

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Human activity has a major effect on the environment. The ecosystems and the planet as a whole have changed dramatically as a result of efforts to support the growing population. The humanity is more than ever threatened by its own actions because the natural resources are being depleted at an alarming rate, while the human activity is considered the number one cause of the global climate change which is the greatest challenge the human race has ever faced in history. And the scientists fear that the outcome cannot be good without immediate actions to reduce the human impact on the environment.

Human-caused environmental changes are creating regional combinations of environmental conditions that, within the next 50 to 100 years, may fall outside the envelope within which many of the terrestrial plants of a region evolved. These environmental modifications might become a greater cause of global species extinction than direct habitat destruction.

REFERENCES

Erdas. Reducing the Human Impact on the Environment. 2011. www.erdas.co.uk/reducing-the-human-impact-on-the-environment.html
David Tilman and Clarence Lehman. Human-caused environmental change: Impacts on plant diversity and evolution. PNAS 2001 98 (10) 5433-5440; doi:10.1073/pnas.091093198

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