Welcome The New Year With Realistic Resolutions

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The bygone year 2014 has been full of lessons and memories. Make 2015 the year you get away from the baggage holding you down and work towards a better future.

1. LET BYGONES BE BYGONES
A tiring year has gone by. No matter how hard you try, you cannot re-live one moment. Instead of feeling disappointed about what has happened, it would be rejuvenating to leave all the painful memories behind. Leave the baggage right now!

2. ANALYZE
Pace your self and analyze your past year. Take a moment to remember your right decisions and miscalculations. Jot down in your mind at what point you have felt the passed by year has left an impact in your life.

3. ACCEPT.. APOLOGIZE
Remember your sub-ordinate whom you yelled at, or your friend with whom you are no longer on talking terms. Carrying a load of guilt is the biggest mistake one can do. Accept your mistake and apologize for your mistake.

4. KNOW WHAT YOU WANT
No matter what we have done and what we have gone through, life just goes on. We always have a plan as to how we want to proceed with our lives. Ask yourself, what do you want from this year? Admission in a reputed college? Better job opportunity? New house?

5. LIST OUT
Do you even remember what resolutions you have taken for 2014? Don’t repeat the same mistake again. Make a list. Be optimistic while penning down. You know how far you can stretch your comfort zone. Do not suffocate your new year with resolutions that are away from your reach.

6. REVISIT RESOLUTIONS
What is more important than making a resolution, is working on it. Make sure you don’t deviate from the path. Put the paper in your wallet or stick it at your dresser. Every morning before you leave for the day’s war, read at what you have thought to achieve this year and work towards it.

7. DIVIDE YOUR GOALS
When your ability of self-control is finite, make your resolutions that demand small acts of will rather than weeks of vigilance. Divide your entire year’s plan in a time period that you are comfortable with per say quarterly or even monthly. Do not go for high ambitious plans for the entire year and then remain achieving nothing by the next year’s eve.

8. EXPLORE NEW OPPORTUNITIES
It was a long time since you took up that music classes. It is now high time to leave your present job and explore new opportunities. You are at this juncture of life because you have taken a chance. The result will never be disappointing if you listen to your heart.

9. MAKE A COMMITMENT
We all have been there. The vigor with which we start a venture fades away after a couple of weeks or months. Make a commitment. No matter how tiny it is, you know that small commitment will bring about a big change in your daily routine.

10. OUTSMART YOUR INNER REBEL
To keep your willpower high and motivation to continue high, avoid making 100 percent resolutions. Instead of saying, I will never smoke again, try drafting limited restrictions like, I will cut down the number of cigarettes to five to two.

11. BE NICE TO OTHERS
It would give immense pleasure when you offer a helping hand to some in need and they look at you with a sense of gratitude. Reach out to people to help them out. Do some charity. By the end of the day, you will sleep happily looking at yourself as a much evolved person.

12. KEEP UP THE SPIRIT
There will be more than a moment during the year when you feel discouraged. Whenever you feel this negative energy overtaking you, remind yourself of your past accomplishments. Think of the extra mile you did during your morning jog. Remind yourself of the extra credit you got at your work. It will help you get back on the game.

Keep your resolutions realistic. By doing so, there will be a greater chance that you will keep them throughout the year.

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