With that being said, don’t be too hard on yourself. Make a resolution that is realistic and something you truly want for yourself. These goals are about bettering your wellness in the long run – you should never hate yourself because of it. Make sure your goals make you happy and will be something you enjoy doing it. It’s okay to have hiccups along the way – this is a long term life change, not a one month instant change.
FLEXIBLE WITH GOALS
Life happens and we change. That’s just a fact. Learning to be flexible with your resolutions is important because things need to be adjusted from time to time. When the New Year comes around, people automatically think “New year, new me”, but we could be saying that every day. That’s the beauty of life, a new year doesn’t mean that’s the only time to set resolutions.
Don’t get too attached to one specific one resolution for the next 365 days. New goals arise, your outlook on life changes, sometimes your actual life is flipped around – stuff happens throughout the entirety of a year. So take your New Year’s resolution day by day and adjust when needed. Life is not about getting to the end, it’s about living and enjoying every day for the purpose of being the best you that you can be. Let’s enjoy the journey!
I hope this post can help some of you guys with your resolutions! Comment down below what your resolutions are!