Inspirational Resolutions for 2023
In this new year it is unlikely that anything will be magically different about our world or about ourselves in a snap. We can decide to take small steps to improve how the new year unfolds for us. Let’s reflect on the year behind us and start to make some small personal positive changes for the year ahead of us. Here are a few ways we can do this if we so choose.
Write 5 Positive Things Down Every Morning
You are signaling to your brain that you deserve these things to show up in your life.
Drink More Water
The majority of us are dehydrated.
Be Proud of Yourself
Say 7 different things in the mirror, you are proud about yourself every morning.
Call a Friend
Instead of texting, call or facetime, you will feel more connected.
Keep a Journal
Writing your thoughts down when you feel anxious or depressed can be beneficial.
Take up a New Hobby
Learn something new, it helps in stimulating your brain and giving you new confidence.
Pay it Forward
We receive from others, so it feels great to give back unexpectedly. We could pay for a stranger’s meal at a drive thru and make their day.
Be a Good Listener
You can learn so much more about others when you take time to be a good listener.
Give a Compliment a Day
You may make that person’s day and in turn, it makes us feel better as well.
Clear Away Your Clutter
Get rid of things you don’t need or that no longer serves you.
Write Down Your Goals
You have a better chance to attain your goals by not only saying them but putting them to paper.
Choose to Shrug Things Off
People in general are not trying to insult, offend or hurt us by what they say or do. It is better for our well being to let it go and stop thinking about it.
Write Down 1 Thing You’re Grateful for Every Day
At the end of the day take your note pad and write what you are grateful for, and you will feel lighter and more content when you lay your head down.
Resolutions at the start of a new year brings opportunities to inspire some new habits. Some new habits will stick, and some may not, but there is no harm in trying.