1. Learn to say ‘no’
This is something that many people feel they struggle with, especially when it comes to friends and family. To help preserve your mental wellbeing and ensure you avoid burnout, try to practice saying no more often next year.Think about what boundaries you might like to put in place – whether that’s less time on social media or more time spent enjoying your favourite hobbies instead of running around after everyone else.
2. Book time off
We all fare much better when we have things to look forward to. By planning out any holidays or time off you’d like to take throughout the year in advance, you’ll not only be able to have more time to plan, but you’ll also have something exciting to think about as you get back into the swing of things. Think about what you’d like to do with your time off and get it locked in early so you can start planning.
3. Practice mindfulness
When life gets busy, as it often does, it feels as though time is just flying by. We could all do with stopping to smell the roses once in a while and being mindful about what we are doing. Try to cultivate a mindfulness practice into your everyday life next year. When you’re with family or friends, or even by yourself, practice being present and noticing the sounds, smells, and sights around you.
4. Be intentional about your finances
Many people who set goals for the new year usually have some kind of money-related aspiration. This is great, but in order to reach your goal, you’ll need to find ways to make it stick. Being aware of exactly what you’re spending your money on is a good start – create a budget, or review your existing one, and book in regular finance check-ins to see if you’re still on track.
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