What Will Be Your New Year’s Resolution For 2019?
New Year is a coming up with new hopes and decision to make the coming year more beautiful and prosperous. We always said that the Resolution taken in a new year is always needed to broken. This Resolution is mainly taken in the new year to make our self-confident in front of our friends, colleagues family members etc. But sometimes it has happened that due to future conditions and activities we can not make this Resolution successful at all. If we follow these resolutions properly then positively it will help us in our future life.
Resolutions are mainly decided to create something new or try to do something new. So in this context, you will find some of the new year resolution tips which will help you at the time of start up Happy New Year.
Start a Meditation Practice
Meditation helps to improve your mood, it reduces stress, and decreases anxiety. It also helps to improve concentration.
- It encourages a healthy lifestyle.
- The practice increases self-awareness.
- It increases happiness.
- Meditation increases acceptance.
- It slows aging.
- The practice benefits cardiovascular and immune health.
Learn Something New Each Day
Set the resolution to learn something new every day in order to have a better understanding of the world.
Eat Fewer Calories
If you have gained weight in 2018, resolve to reduce the amount of food in 2019.
Read More Books
Try to read more books and get inspired and gain more knowledge.
Some Common Resolution
- Start drinking in moderation or quit drinking altogether.
- Start saving money.
- Learn a new language.
- Pick up useful skills.
- Learn to cook.
- Stop being late all the time.
- Get more quality sleep.
- Watch less TV.
- Find a significant other.
What will be my Resolution ?
Rather than choose a resolution, I have instead decided to clean out the things, which I don’t want in my life. The story of my life is not fixed. It keeps on changing, shifting to be precise. It’s important that as the protagonist of this story, I consistently be a character with power, rather than a victim. I witness how as I change my story I change my life.
Worry, Anxiety and Guilt
All these emotions are useless. I practice changing the words. “Oh my god what if I be late at office” becomes “I have always been on time at office.” Being less anxious takes a lot of effort. I find this logical: I spent years inadvertently practicing worrying more. It’s time to begin undoing this practice.
My tendency to imagine the worst case scenario
The worst case scenario does not prepare me. All it does is keep me in a perpetual state of high alert. So I change from the worst case scenario to the best case scenario and live the joy of a thousand perfectly possible outcomes.
Relationships that hurts me
In the past 2 years I’ve spend my time with a person who has been hurting me all along. I want my relationships to be loving, supportive, joyous. And if they are not, I know who I’ll be spending time with.
The people around me either give me negative or positive vibes. I spend more time with those who fill my heart, less time with those who leaves me doubtful and confused.
Donating Things Which Are Not Useful
If I have things that weighs me down, or that fills my cupboards, that are not either beautiful or useful, I find someone who needs them way more than me.
Rather than telling myself I cannot eat junk foods. I tell myself that I deserve better food, than to feed myself with something that is unhealthy to me.
Only when you close one chapter, you can start a new one in your life. Cleaning out the old is what makes room for the new.
My advice would be, celebrate what you’ve achieved in 2017, and don’t put too much pressure on yourself to achieve the goals next year.
Baby steps are better than no steps. Make your goals achievable.
Hope you have a great 2019.