Here are seven ways in which you can change your life this year:
- Set realistic goals this year
Most of our goals go unrealized every year because we aim to set goals higher than our reach. This year let’s set some achievable targets and create an actionable plan to set our goals in motion. Review your progress in regular intervals to ensure you’re aware of any directional changes that you might need.
- Prioritize your mental health
Mental health is going to be a huge part of your growth this year. We’re aware of how important it is to practice that kind of stability until it becomes routine. Seek therapy if you need to, don’t pull yourself back!
- Upskill and leverage your skill-set
Learning is a continuous process and upskilling is an investment. You’re sure to make some gains if you’re tactically utilizing the resources available to you in order to create growth for yourself. Leverage your current skill set to get some exposure towards opportunities. Analyse any gaps in your skill set and try to bridge them to accelerate your progress.
- Spend time with uplifting people
Keep those close who feel like human sunshine. Honestly, having people around you who help you be more positive in life is a necessity. Under the weight of our daily routine, we forget to feel inspired and joyful. It’s a luxury to have people who remind you of these tiny joys every once in a while.
- Have a decluttering schedule
Your mind is as uncluttered as your surroundings are. A messy environment could make you overwhelmed and would give you sense of disorientation. Keeping your surroundings clean and organized would help you stay calm and composed in the worst of situations. It would provide a good environment for you to navigate through your thoughts and actions.
- Keep your finances in check
You must definitely have a system in place to keep track of your finances. You can go through an array of methods to organize your financial needs. Set up separate accounts for separate needs. Use the 50-30-20 rule. Do some monthly reflections on your financial needs. Ensure that you’re neither spending too much nor saving at the cost of things that bring you joy.
- Be grateful for what you have
Practice gratitude. It’s the benefit of being thankful in a generation where everyone focuses on what they lack. I’m not saying that don’t dream high. However, be aware of how much you’ve progressed as well. Appreciate everything that you have and can experience. Be optimistic about the opportunities that are yet to cross your path. Celebrate the tiny moments that humored and comforted you.
Parting question: How many of these are you planning to implement in your 2023 routine?