The year is approaching an end. If you are asking yourself what you can do, here are some things you should consider doing before the year ends.
Take time to plug off and rest.
Take time for yourself. Relax and enjoy yourself. Self-care is vital. Resting rejuvenates us. It allows our minds to relax and unwind. Plugging off ensures you do not remain occupied about the usual day to day activities. If you are able to afford a vacation, by any means you should go and enjoy yourself. If you live in the urban areas, you can consider going to the rural areas just to have a break from the hustle and buzzle of city life. Consider visiting your family, cooking with them, talking with them and taking time to enjoy each other’s company. This will allow you to relax.
Consider and write down the things that you are grateful for.
Recognize the things you achieved. Review! Again Review! Identify things you have achieved and write them down. As you review, consider the things that you are grateful for as well and write them. A grateful heart is a happy heart. Sometimes we get caught up in chasing goal after goal and never take a moment to savor the accomplishments. Take time to be appreciative of yourself for the achievements.
Make a list of the things you wish you had done.
Identify the things you didn’t achieve. Honesty with oneself is important. Look into the things that didn’t work out. Write them down, ask yourself why you think they didn’t work out or why they weren’t achieved. This activity is not in any way to dampen your spirits. Rather, it is a moment to strategize and go at it maybe with a different approach. It helps you identify things that you can rework on and seek advice on. Only remember not to do the same thing the same way and expect different results.
Appreciate the friends and family who have walked with you throughout the year.
Thank you is such a simple yet powerful word. You don’t want to be one of those who never realize the value of something until it is no longer with them. Be thankful for all those around you and with you currently. Say thank you verbally. If in a position to buy thank you gifts, please do. Kind words are encouraging and sooth the soul. We all want to be appreciated and loved.
Revise or create your vision board.
Have you gotten into a vehicle without knowing your destination? This means that you can turn any direction and go any way because you have no specific destination. It also means that you can become a victim of time wasting. Vision boards are like destination directors in our lives. Without them as an anchor, anything goes. And when anything goes identity and vision is lost. The vision board will give you a fresh doze of inspiration and motivation. Vision board ideas.
“If you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up someplace else.” ― Yogi Berra, former New York Yankees catcher
Prepare. Take time to plan for the coming year. “Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can do something about it now.” ― Alan Lakein, author
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