Consider carefully whether rewards really help motivate you, or just back‐fire by making you feel worse when you don't accomplish what you wanted to. If rewards work for you, keep these suggestions in mind:
Rewards that work for some people include enjoying a favourite food, contacting a friend, listening to a favourite song, exercising and napping. Some people simply like sharing an accomplishment with a friend or family member ("I finally finished reading that textbook chapter!") or crossing an item off their to-do list.
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