5 Essential Things to do for the New Year

5 Essential Things To Do For The New Year

The new year brings new hope and promise for a better life.

As you make the transition, here are five things to do for the new year.

1. Forgive Yourself For Any Mess Ups

Regret can churn away at you and leave you less than your best.

Try to break down the situation and find resolve.

If you can’t do this, move on. Life is too short.

As discovered by Bronnie Ware, an Australian palliative nurse who recorded the epiphanies of the dying patients she cared for. Things you must do to avoid deathbed regrets.

2. Choose Three Things You Want To Focus On In The New Year

Remember to use SMART goals to set well-defined goals.

SMART stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant & Time-Framed.

You can read more about how to set SMART goals here.

3. Make A Decision And Stick To It

How do you make decisions?

Are you fast or slow? Deliberate or impulsive?

Not everyone is confident in making a good decision.

Sometimes you just have to trust yourself and believe it will be all be ok. And you know what, it usually is.

4. Make The Choice To Be Happy

Do you sometimes get the feeling people are ‘born happy’.

That friend who is always ‘up’ and has a smile, no matter what.

This simply could be a choice they’ve made. To let things slide and see the best in the day. Or it could be medication … just kidding.

Whatever the secret is, happiness is associated with all kinds of benefits. Here are 11 great reasons to be happy.

5. Make The Choice To Be Organized

You know what, being organized is a decision.

It’s a way of life.

Deciding not to throw your coat on the sofa as you walk in.

Tidying up the high traffic areas before you go to bed.

Keeping the home or office clutter free.

Here are 10 ways to be neat, tidy and organized every day.

Would you agree? I would love to hear how you approach a new year.

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