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Make a resolution to focus on your spirituality for a while. If you find it difficult to meditate, for example, look into an app to help you with it, or try a walking or moving meditation – you hate sitting still, but maybe you don’t have to!
Make a resolution to broaden your social horizons. You tend to stick to the same kind of people, but moving out of your social comfort zone would do you the world of good – and who knows who you might meet out there?
Make a resolution to set realistic goals and standards for yourself. You judge yourself much more harshly than you would ever judge someone else. Aim high by all means, but not so high that you are doomed to failure.
Make a resolution to learn something new, every week. Whether you sign up to a formal course or simply get googling topics of interest, there’s a wealth of knowledge out there just waiting for you to find it.
Make a resolution to forgive, if not to forget. Hurts from the past are holding you back. Enter 2018 with a clean slate, and remember: when you forgive someone, it sets YOU free. Do it of your own sake, not theirs.
Make a resolution to put your relationship first. With too much focus on work or family, your couple time suffers. Give the kids to the grandparents occasionally, or leave work early – get your love life back on track and happiness follows.
Make a resolution to focus on holistic wellness. No more weird, snap diets, no more killing yourself in the gym for two weeks and then never going back – make small, realistic, sustainable changes which will pay off over the longer term.
Make a resolution to be more playful. Life doesn’t always have to be so serious. Indulge your inner child as you head into 2018. Get creative too – there’s an artistic side to you which has long been repressed. Let it loose!
Make a resolution to look into your past and your family history. Understand your roots will give you a firmer understanding of your present – not to mention it will be a fascinating journey, and a good excuse to get in touch with family members!
Make a resolution to conquer time management. You have so much to do, but so much time is wasted. Look into various systems and find one which works for you. Every minute saved is more time for you and for what matters.
Make a resolution to learn the difference between monetary value and real value. Focus less on materialism this week and in the year ahead, and more on intangible blessings. Start a gratitude journal and realize how lucky you truly are.
Make a resolution to give more of yourself to the world. You have so much to teach others, and you are a shining example of compassion and grace – let your light shine more strongly, and don’t hold back from spreading love and wisdom.