Oh Gee It’s 2023

And just like that it’s 2023. How was your 2022? My past twelve months were filled with lessons, challenges, opportunities for growth, learning, and embracing new skills. While I like what 2022 has taught me, I look forward to taking that new knowledge and strength into 2023. Learning never stops, growth never ends and with that said, my major goals of the new year are to keep inspiring, motivating, learning, discovering and leading with love, kindness and compassion toward self and others.

As we look forward to 2023, recognise how you want the next twelve months to pan out. A new year is your time to change for the better, to open your heart even more, to find new hobbies, and to never stop growing and learning. Life is short and goes by fast, so make the best of your time and focus on the good, speak kindly of others, and witness how quickly your world alters when leading with positivity and care.

People often strive for less stress, increased happiness, and healthier life choices, and while that is possible, it comes down to your mindset the moment you wake up. Your mindset will impact your day, month and year. It’s that simple.

In the following paragraph I share some recommendations that may help one achieve their goals on a short-term basis, but with long-term effects.

  • Get involved in a local volunteer organization that you care about. Volunteering promotes life satisfaction and overall happiness.
  • Start journaling every day.
  • Read inspirational books by Brene Brown, Gabby Bernstein, Lewis Howes and Marianne Williamson.
  • Make self-care your new jam from yoga, meditation, exercising, spa baths, and talking to a professional bc it is cool.
  • Get outside more! Nature is the brains best medication.
  • Drink more water. H2O hydrates and is a natural stress reliever and does wonders for the skin.
  • Make a new friend with someone completely opposite from you.
  • Keep learning and take a class online and attend local workshops.
  • Be kind. Forgive. Don’t gossip.

For 2023, invest in you. Never give up on becoming a better version of yourself and ensuring doses of self-care.

{Mindfully curated by Debra Gudema for Well&Co.}

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