Go ahead. Do something spontaneous and different! Misbehav-ing, especially if you never do it, is good for your health, according to Psychology Today magazine. Most of us are afraid to step outside our regular routine and suddenly fly to Mexico on a dare or call in sick and play pool all day. But occasionally breaking the rules or doing something unusual — as long as it is not harmful — helps us to become more creative, successful and happy. It forces us to decide whether our chosen path is the right one, and make adjustments.
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