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Top 5 Ways to Start the Year Off Right

Do a yearly review

Ask yourself:

  • What went well for me last year?
  • What accomplishments did I have?
  • How did I improve my life?
  • How did I improve my relationships?
  • What did I remove from my life that is now making me happier?
  • What do I wish I had taken more time for?

Write your responses in a journal that you can refer back to in the future. Use these types of questions for areas like home, family, relationships, financial and career.

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