1. Write down your goals
Every night, write down what you want to achieve the next day. It definitely helps to focus your mind. Don’t hit yourself, even if you sometimes fail to reach your goal. Reward yourself with a small reward each time you reach your goal.
2. Start Travel Planning
It’s also a good time to plan your trip for the year. If you are planning a trip, start saving now. Book in advance and you’ll find lots of great deals. For some airlines, pre-purchasing tickets can give you significant discounts.
3. Learn Something New
Seize the New Year with the aid of using making plans to research a brand new skill. There are plenty of sources online, inclusive of digital artwork museum tours.
4. Get ready for battle
Are you planning to lose weight or build muscle in the new year? You also need a plan for that!
Going to the gym is a popular time of the year, but first, ask yourself if it’s your favorite sport. You are more likely to stick to something you really enjoy. A
dance class like Zumba is another great option for getting in shape and burns a lot of calories. If you enjoy the great outdoors, consider cycling, running and boot camp.
5. Focus on a healthy diet
Do you take the minimum recommended intake of fruits and vegetables 5 times a day? It may be difficult to address many of them, but there are some suggestions that may help. Get your day started right with a healthy and delicious juice drink. Why not try new fruits and vegetables? Jerusalem artichokes, Romanesco broccoli and dragon fruit are just a few examples.
If you find it difficult to resist the temptation to eat, go to a restaurant that only serves healthy meals until you reach your ideal weight. Some places are even alcohol-free.
6. Clean up the closet and the house
If you’re thinking of moving to the New Year, now is also a good time to start planning. Check out the different regions and what is available there. If you’re still in your current location but want to make some changes to your home, think about what those changes are. Is there anything in your house that needs repair? Are there any big things you need to invest in the New Year like this? B. Laptop or flat-screen TV? Evaluate how often you use each item you have. For example, most often you wear about 20% of your wardrobe. So don’t forget to put away your closet and store only the clothes you wear most often. Similar principles apply to your home. If you’re having a hard time getting rid of things, ask yourself if the item is beautiful or convenient.
7. Make a Realistic New Year Resolutions List
It is difficult to change old habits and stick to new ones. If you just write down a list of unauthorized negatives, for example, eating sugar may prepare you for failure.
Instead, make a list of positive things you want to achieve, such as: Drink a glass of water 30 minutes before meals. Try to make SMART goals – i.e. those that are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Timely.
Talk to a few close friends about your goals so they can be accountable to you. Studies have shown that when we mention it to others, we are much more likely to stick to the solution.
In general, it’s best to create and stick to one solution rather than a set of goals. Reward yourself when you reach a certain milestone (for example, if you write 10 pages per night, you will be rewarded for an hour of TV).
8. Apply the Pareto principle
According to the Pareto principle, you will be 80% satisfied with 20% of your activity. Also known as the 80/20 principle, it states that 20% of effort yields 80% of the results.
You may be wondering how this applies to what is needed for the New Year. Well, the rules apply to almost every element of your life. You can also apply the Pareto principle to friendship. Spend the most time with those who make you happy.
We are not advocating the removal of everyone who does not fall into this category, but rather focus on those who are most excited to meet you and who contribute equally to friendship.
9. Financial planning
First, think about your finances and what you want to do with them in the New Year. Plan your finances for next year by creating a budget and sticking to it.
This helps you keep track of what you spend and what comes in. If you use cash, make sure you have enough invoices so that you can’t continue spending without replenishing money from elsewhere (such as your bank account). Open a savings account and send money automatically. Track your investment using a calendar or spreadsheet.
10. Evaluate relationships
Think about your romantic and friendship goals. What do you want to achieve with the people of your life? How can these relationships be improved in the new year? Do you want more friends this year than last year? Do you have any existing friends you would like to see more? Maybe your goal is to date more? Whatever the goals of your relationship, write them down.
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