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JANUARY FEELS.

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     January has always been the most favorite month of the year. To me it means all things new, the beginning of something new, a new chance to move forward in life aiming for a better and bigger future and a whole new me where I am able to change something within myself.

     January is probably the (only) month where I am highly motivated. Nevertheless I try hard and push myself to achieve all the things that I left behind or did not give a shot the past year. I definitely take it as a chance to look back upon the things that I have missed taking chances for and an opportunity to be better than before.

     New Year is the time of the year you wish for a perfect body, perfect career and most importantly a perfect life by setting up your own resolutions.

     One of the many things that I am excited about and of course follow till date is the NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS!!!

     But apart from the excitement part of forming the resolutions, I struggle pretty hard to follow them throughout the year, I am sure many of you do too. I wish following a resolution was as easy as deciding them in your head.

     For many making and keeping a new year’s resolution Can be hard, but losing track of them doesn’t mean your goals aren’t achievable. It simply means that the methods used weren’t effective enough.

     Here are a few tips on how to make your goal setting a little less stressful and a little more inspiring. This is especially to all the souls that struggle with resolutions like me! Trust me this really works (thank me later).

EVALUATE YOUR LIFE NOW

     When deciding on your New Year’s a resolution, looking at your current situation is a great place to start. Rate certain aspects of your life – such as finance, personal growth, health, family, relationships, and career – from 1 (not where you want it to be) to 10 (exactly where you want it to be). Recognizing the areas that you’d like to focus on can help you determine the goals that will make the most impact on your life.

START SMALL

     Create a list of smaller steps you can take in making them a reality. For example, if one of your goals is to reach a target weight, create a list of healthy and measurable ways that you can embrace a healthier lifestyle. Creating small goals that end up helping achieve a larger resolution down the line not only helps you feel as if your resolutions are within your grasp, but also allows you to build upon a solid foundation going forward.

KEEP A GRATITUDE JOURNAL

     Taking time each day to recognize the good in your life is a great way to keep a positive and healthy mindset. This gives you an opportunity to pay attention to the beautiful things in your life and continuously motivate you to create even more positivity moving forward. Use this opportunity to be kind to your mind as a response to your goals – celebrating the progress you achieve, reflecting on opportunities for growth, and cheering yourself on every step of the way.

CHECK YOURSELF

     Plan a monthly self-check to keep an eye on your progress and get back on track if you fall off the wagon. After spending a 5-6 months living your life in the New Year, take the opportunity to reevaluate and readdress the resolutions you’ve set. This allows you to focus in on what goals have been achievable, what goals are still achievable, and what goals may require a change of approach.

     Plan a monthly self-check to keep an eye on your progress and get back on track if you fall off the wagon. After spending a 5-6 months living your life in the New Year, take the opportunity to reevaluate and readdress the resolutions you’ve set. This allows you to focus in on what goals have been achievable, what goals are still achievable, and what goals may require a change of approach.

     Always remember that its ok to fail but what is more important is keeping pushing yourself hard and never lose hope.

     A new year can seem overwhelming and scary, but it also can be beautiful and exciting. Above all, it’s a great time to recognize the accomplishments we’ve had in the past year and the successes we want to achieve in the next year!.

     I hope your New Year is full of highs and limited lows, full of learning and living and growing and enlightenment. Let’s make the best out of 2019.

     Life is too short to not eat that piece of Cake!! So go for it!! 2019 is all yours!!.

Love,

K