91. Consider any obstacles to feeling at home in your life just as it is right now. Question whether the ones outside your control really need to change and whether it's possible to tweak your reaction to them.
92. Try to get in touch with the physical aspect of your feelings. Worry can become the mind's habitual reaction to unpleasant emotional sensations in the body that often need to be felt rather than fixed.
93. Send a handwritten note to anyone who moves or inspires you, whether you know them personally or not.
94. Be alert to identifying times when you are arguing about something that has at least two seemingly contradictory interpretations that could be true at the same time.
95. See if you notice any relationship between how your respond to weekdays and weekends, between procrastination at work and how your approach vacations, and between how you treat difficult people and the people you care about most.
96. Be slow to suggest advice to anyone that you haven't tested in the laboratory of your own life.