Setting New Year’s Anti-Resolutions

  • Alistair Webster
  • Maja Nenadov Webster

Happy 2022 everybody! At this time of year, all the talk in the media and on social media focuses on finally getting yourself together and starting all kinds of New Year resolutions and commitments to transform you into the perfect human being. Now is the time to commit to dozens of new goals, get fit and reach your full potential! This can be a really helpful period of downtime. Take a step back and look at your progress and areas of your life that you want to improve. But, if you’re genuine about making positive tweaks to your life, it’s worth being a little more thoughtful than simply listing our unrealistic wishes. When setting these goals, one mistake most of us make – and one which dooms most of our resolutions to failure – is simply trying to bolt the new ideas and habits onto our lives without reviewing what we have done before, or what we’re already doing. I don’t know about you, but last year wasn’t filled with days of sitting around with nothing to do. We’re all busier than ever, and fitting in more activities and healthy habits is no easy task. Say you want to exercise more, or learn a brand new skill that will help your freelance business grow. To make this ambition seriously, you will most likely need to take some other action or decisions to free up the space for your new ambition. All new habits take up some time and energy. So that’s why it’s worth having a bit of a mental clear out, before committing to becoming a star baker or learning how to take great photographs. Continue reading:

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