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8 Positive Resolutions Worth Making 1. CLEANSE YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA FEEDS. Juice cleanses don’t work. But removing “toxic” people from your social media does. 2. EAT FOODS YOU LOVE. If you are a cheeseburger person, embrace it in moderation.
Maybe you love cheeseburgers 3. DO THINGS THAT BRING. Lose 20 pounds, make a million dollars, blah, blah. This year, skip the lofty resolutions that you’ll never be able to keep and focus on smaller, more attainable goals instead. Here, 50 New Year’s resolutions that you totally can—and should—make.
These smaller, hyper-focused resolutions are worth making a big deal out of, especially since little lifestyle habits often impact bigger things. So even if you’re in perfect shape and at a happy weight, you can still improve your life by identifying and focusing on at least one small, positive change. 8 New Year’s Resolutions Actually Worth Making. By Lucy Rimalower Dec 27, 2018.
Share Tweet. We all know the classic “New Year, New You!” tropes: As January 1 draws near, we are finally going to lose weight, save money, get organized, and so on. Before long, the New Year’s Resolutions pile up like so much laundry.
Positive resolutions are the way to go. Giving up something is usually hard, but adding something always seems much easier. The world could use a lot more positivity, I’d love to a bunch of people make these resolutions to be more positive and loving.
PS. Without an effective plan in place, you could actually damage your self-worth. Lose sight of the required steps. When making a resolution, which is usually an area of our life that we have not yet addressed, we often focus solely on the end result.
If you have not yet. By making a promise to yourself to make positive changes (or even one change), you are thinking about yourself and what is good for you. If you remember the “oxygen mask” analogy, when you are making better choices with your money or your health – you’ll be able to help others better too. Motivation 8 Reasons We Really Do Need to Make Resolutions It’s what your brain wants, and it’s the only way anything ever gets done.
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