We are just days away from a brand new year! What did you achieve in 2018? What will you achieve in 2019? Do you have big goals and resolutions for the new year?
We feel it’s extremely important to take inventory at the end of every year, to take into account what we’ve accomplished and what we couldn’t complete – taking all these things into consideration and excelling in 2019.
New year, new me isn’t a new concept, however, is vital for everyone. It’s usually around this time that there’s an influx of resolutions, inspiring captions and goal setting but what will really make this new year a new you? How do you set up achievable goals, stay happy and be the best version of yourself you’ve ever been?
Detoxing doesn’t refer to skinny teas or diets, it actually relates to detoxing your life. Ridding your life of toxic people is a great way to start – we tend to hold onto things or people that we’re comfortable around meaning we’re unaware of how negative they may be for our lives. Detoxing your life enables you to start fresh and surround yourself with positive energy only.
If you feel like you lack self-love or feel especially vulnerable, writing positive affirmations every morning is a great way to practice a new you. If you’re someone who doesn’t like to talk about themselves or give yourself praise, start with three small goals you plan on achieving first. This allows you to focus and prioritise your day.
Learn Something New Every Day
Learning something new every day helps you grow as a person. Stepping out of your comfort zone and learning that new language you’ve always been curious about allows you to improve yourself just a little bit, day by day. There are 365 days in a year, learning something new every day is a great achievement when you look back on the year.
Wanting to be the best version of yourself this year? Learn to appreciate every single thing that comes your way – even the bad things. Having an appreciation for the simple things in life like food, shelter and clean water is what everyone needs to embrace – be thankful.