Taking it slow and steady! Achievable new year’s resolutions you should set for yourself
Setting realistic goals can help keep them motivated and keep them focused on their objectives
When it comes to making New Year’s resolutions, many people tend to set themselves up for discouragement and burnout. Setting realistic goals can help keep them motivated and keep them focused on their objectives. It’s important that we reflect on what we’ve accomplished and our goals for the next year.
Make yourself the priority
Although it’s not always a bad idea to do other things for others, it’s also important to consider the impact of spending time doing these activities on our own lives. If you’re planning on doing more for others this year, consider taking a break from doing so.
Read and expand your horizons
This goal might seem like a small one, or it might be a big one depending on your routine. Setting aside 20 minutes a day for reading can help you reach your goal, learn more, build your concentration skills and broaden your perspectives.
Take that pending vacation
Although everyone takes trips, a vacation is a time that’s designated for rest. It can help your body, mind, and soul recharge.
Cut time on social media
Unfortunately, social media can be very time-consuming. We’re sure you’ll see what we’re talking about if you look at your phone’s screen time feature.
Declutter your life starting with your wardrobe
This is a great task that’s best left for days so that you can avoid feeling overwhelmed. This will not just make you a less messy individual but also more focused in life
Learn new skills
Even if it’s not an academic course, continuing education is still a worthwhile goal. Taking a cooking class or learning how to crochet are some of the skills that will help you in various areas of your life. No matter how small it is or how little it will add to your daily course of action, learning something new is empowering.
Add a new stream of income
Until it is too taxing physically and mentally adding an additional source of income is not a bad idea. It can help you save for goals, pay off debts, upgrade your home, take more trips and be in a more financially stable place.
Put it on paper
One of the best practices for improving your mental health and maintaining a positive mindset is to regularly journal. This can help you keep track of all the things that you’re grateful for and the things that you’re learning. Journaling also helps in channeling your thoughts better,