“people change” my friends favorite line after coming home from our trip this past week.
Everyone feels like a fresh start at times. Change is easy but knowing where to start is the hard part. Here’s a list of pointers.
Make a wishlist or bucketlist or a “if you had one day to live” list. Mull over your thoughts. Take one hour moment of reassessment, do some root cause analysis over a cup of tea. Reassess your financial status- overspending, savings, credit balance. Prioritize things according which is much needed. Go over the past day and review.
Slow down a little, avoid an overloaded life, keep a moment of giving a full attention to your breathing. Break some routine, try something new, seize the moment and appreciate all your blessings. Relax. Everybody deserves a break. Take some moment of silence and be comfortable by hearing only your breath. calm down, inhale, exhale.
Always be motivated by your resolutions keep it realistic and practical. It should always come from the heart and not from the expectation those around you. Break away from the old habit, from the not so better old you. Embrace your eccentricities, show off your kooky side. Why not switch the introvert you to an extrovert or at least an ambivert.
Talk it over. Don’t harbor your feelings. Give problems a chance to be fixed, acknowledge it, voice it out, express your thoughts. Lessen the load of household chores by sharing, too much housework can be dreary and depressing. Socialize, I mean don’t sit all day rolling your facebook and twitter timeline, go out and have fun, let strangers and friends know you.
Make some radical change on your self, lifestyle, ways. Make your better or maybe a bolder you. New hairstyle or a new point of view. Have some fitness routine like running, boxing or swimming. Unleash the wanderlust in you, pack your bag and run away from the hassle and bustle of the city life. Try new things. Give change a chance to be discovered.