New Year, New You? How to Set Resolutions That You Can Actually Achieve
There is a weird cultural and societal pressure to set a goal for self-improvement in the New Year. It can be a good motivation for a lot of people, but it's unhealthy to think that you lack something if you don't have a New Year's resolution.
While it is important to have productivity goals, it is equally important to decompress and regain energy. A lot of times, busy work is not productivity. That time is better spent relaxing.
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Start small and choose just one new thing to change in the new year. Reflecting on each main category of your life and choosing one thing to do differently is a great way to feel like you are starting over.
Starting small can also be a good way to avoid disappointment.
Many of us work towards having better habits, using goal setting and new year resolutions to try and change ourselves, only to fail miserably. A study showed that 92 per cent of new year resolution...
Keep It Small — It’s about thinking big and acting small. You’ll achieve those big goals in time.
Measure Your Progress — If you don’t measure your progress, it’s safe to say that you are not making any.
Be Accountable To Yourself — One of the most important skills you can learn in life is to be self-reliant.