How To Reset for the New Year - Libbera Blog

How To Reset for the New Year

After the whirlwind of a year that was 2020, we are sure that you are ready for what 2021 has to offer. 2020 caused all of us to make important changes to our life and how we view things. As with any new year, there are bound to be challenges and obstacles ahead. While the new year will throw some challenges along our way, it is important to go in with a clear and open mind that is prepared for what is to come. Here is how you can take on this year in a few easy steps.


1-Feel Free to Change things up
2020 taught us that change is an imminent and important part of our growth. At one point or another, we must change things about our lives that we don’t like. Whether it’s our family life, careers, or just how we live, Change can be a positive factor. If change comes your way in 2021, embrace it. Look at what needs change in your life.


2-Relax when necessary
When life gets stressful, sometimes the best thing to do is just take a deep breath and relax. Simply stopping what you are doing at that moment to take a break or just relaxing will help you feel much better. Don’t overwork yourself if you don’t have to. You will be able to think a lot clearer and prioritize what is important.


3-Excercise the brain and the body
Physical exercise is one of the best ways to alleviate stress and reset the mind. Whether you are going for a run, playing a game, or doing yoga, physical exercise can help. As important as your physical health is, paying attention to your mental health is also vital. Keeping the brain in check and learning new things will do wonders to your brain and how it operates. You can exercise your brain by simply reading, listening to music or learning new skills.


4-Set Goals
While setting goals may seem like a given when it comes to preparing for a new year, it is always important to make sure those goals are realistic. Setting goals can be intimidating if it seems out of reach. If you are aiming for long-term goals such as losing weight, setting an end date and tracking your progress in the form of benchmarks can give you motivation and a schedule to follow. Instead of running blindly towards your goals, run with a plan.

5-Carpe Diem
If 2020 taught us anything, it is that life is short, and we need to take advantage of opportunities when they come. Keeping that momentum going into the new year, seize your opportunities in 2021. It can be a new job, a proposal, a new hobby, or a spontaneous vacation, seize what comes your way.


6-Focus on yourself
At the end of the day, you are doing all of this to be the best version of yourself. In the new year, prioritize what makes you feel the best. Only you can control yourself and in the new year, pay more attention to yourself and what makes you happiest. That is how you will turn 2021 into your best year yet.

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