Each January, magazines and newspapers are filled with self-help remedies. Tips for becoming healthier, happier and thinner are the motto for many of these articles.
By the end of January, the cliché goals that are typically made to welcome a New Year become overwhelming to think about. By creating more realistic and obtainable goals, we are likely to see results.
Setting a goal doesn’t have to be a large commitment, it can be something small.
The following ideas for your consideration are:
Instead of focusing on what you do not have, be thankful for what you do have. You can never say thank-you enough.
Find what you are passionate about, and pursue it. Explore your dreams.
Take a look at who you are and what you project to others.
4. Learn Something New
It is never too late.
5. Be Open-Minded
Listen to others.