Get thinner. Stop using social media. Eliminate alcohol entirely. Bland, bland, and boring. Don’t get me wrong; these are all worthwhile objectives. But every year, we make the same New Year’s resolutions that we never actually keep. So why not mix things up a little for 2023 and try coming up with resolutions of a different kind? You’ll benefit whether you choose one resolution or all of them.
Focus on a Passion Instead of Your Appearance
“I want to alert readers that goals are in reality NOT an encouragement to start a diet or an exercise plan but a lovely reminder that a new year can bring fresh life to our hobbies,” says influencer Mik Zazon, who is on a mission to “normalise normal bodies,” to Parade.
In 2023, do you still seek to improve your physical appearance? If so, then…
2. Exercise not to lose weight but to feel good.
Focus on how wonderful you feel now that you’ve begun being more active rather than stressing over the scale. Numbers are meaningless.
3. Every day, give one complement.
You never know; it might perhaps improve that person’s mood considerably.
5. Avoid checking your email for a whole day.
Nobody won’t pass away. It may wait until the next day.
6. Perform random acts of generosity
The well-known therapy dog Norbert serves as a reminder that kindness is free and available to anyone.
7. Each month, read a book.
Don’t you know? Reading is excellent for the brain, can lower stress, and can help you focus and remember things better.
8. Travel to a new location.
Be bold and venture outside of your comfort zone. It helps your soul and compels you to pursue new interests.
9. Eliminate the mess.
Your health will suffer if your home is cluttered. According to research, it makes you anxious. Make 2023 the year of cleanliness and organisation.
10. Disconnect from your phone once a week.
You’re already asleep. You do not require it!
11. Cut back on your waste.
According to some studies, the typical American generates more than 2,000 pounds of waste annually. Gross. Use rags you’ve ripped up from old towels and garments instead of paper towels to reduce waste. Reusable grocery bags are a simple alternative. It has an impact!
Volunteering is beneficial for both your physical and emotional health, as well as for the good of others.
Hope it helps!