Most of us make New Year’s resolutions in early January. And how many of them do we get?
Each of us thinks about turning the new leaf around, changing habits, changing behaviors, making decisions, and making changes before the old one ends or the new year begins. Sadly, though, few of us can be proud of the fact that we made our decisions at midnight. And how can that be changed?
New Year’s decisions and how to really set them up?
Each decision-making list for the new year has classic desires: stay fit, improve your financial situation, find love, have less stress, and be happy.
If 2021 has not been great for you, our goal is to motivate you and make this one much better.
Determine your monthly budget, and leave the rest. Try to persevere and not give up. And buy what you really need.
Listen to your body next year. Eat foods that give you energy and lift your spirits. And avoid foods that slow you down or make you unhappy.
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3 Sleep schedule
Sleep is essential for your physical and mental health. Set a schedule for when you go to bed and wake up and stick to it, regardless of the weekend or holiday. And always sleep eight hours a night.
Books provide us with knowledge, stimulate imagination, improve creativity and cognitive function. Read at least one book a month.
5 Be more present
You can’t change the past, but you can change the present. Control your time and be present now, in the moment. Don’t worry about the past.
6 Thank you
You will reduce stress when you realize you are in the right place. Every day, think of something that you appreciate and write about. And read your list every day.
7 Time for you
Despite your daily commitments, make time for yourself. Practice self-reflection. And sometimes, be yourself first. Whether it’s reading a few pages of coffee, tea, or a book. It’s important to dedicate yourself.
It is physical activity that most people decide to increase, but rarely is anyone consistent. Design a fitness routine for the days you go to workouts. And don’t let anything stop you.
8 Write down your goals
Research has shown that people who write goals are 1.4 times more likely to meet them than those who do not. Try it.
9 Don’t accept less than you deserve
Do not accept the situation, the love affair, friends, finances, work, your happiness. Always expect the best for you.
10 Embrace this journey
Finally, keep in mind that life is a journey. We are learning from the bottom up, and we look forward to making decisions that will lead to ups and downs. Think of life as an adventure so that nothing will be too scary.
Happy New Year!
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