Lark’s New Year Resolution

The New Year is already come, and New Year’s resolutions are the perfect opportunity for all those who have failed to start making the changes that they said they would make next week, next month, or perhaps when spring starts. Well, now I just sit down and prepare a list of important lifestyle changes I want to make in the hope of that this may give you a bit of help – because since the majority of people fail to stick to their resolution, you’ll need all the help you can get.

I know as I am looking for effective ways of changing my life for the better, then I’ll be finding tons of useful information through the internet. I hope that in this year, I may make mistakes. Because if I are making mistakes, then I am making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing myself, changing myself, changing my world. If you are confident other people notice it, and it is much easier to have my opinions heard.

A good dose of self-confidence will help you lead a much happier life overall. Don’t hesitate to get some input on ways to boost your confidence. It’s a good sports-man-ship to not pick up lost golf balls while they are still rolling. Never put off till tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow. Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured. The right word may be effective, but no word was ever as effective as a rightly timed pause. The difference between the almost right word and the right word is really a large matter – it is the difference between the lightning-bug and the lightning. It takes time and patience to learn how to find joy in the little things and not to let problems bring me down.

This year, I am going to see my good friends more often, and read good books: this is the ideal life. Books are an excellent way to gain a lot of knowledge on a huge variety of topics, and are also a great exercise for my brain. It’s not that difficult to go through 20 or more books in a year – I may only need to make it a habit, and time for reading here and there. Get more quality sleep: With big TV’s, computers, smartphones, tablets and all sorts of gadgets with glowing lights and beeping alerts, it can be hard to get enough sleep at night. I should be gunning for at least 7 hours of sleep a night, and there are fairly simple ways to achieve this number. If I make use of science and everyday hacks. Watch less TV: Once I manage to cut down on TV time, I may realize just how long and productive a day can really be. I’d like to clean my house and lead a tidier and more organized life.

I may spend more time with the people that matter: There is just too little time in this life for us to waste it on insincere, duplicitous and toxic people. We should focus on the people who we care about deeply and who care about us, as this is the best way to stay happy. I would learn more about art, music, culture etc.: The best way to fit in when talking to a variety of people from different backgrounds is to have a well-rounded education. Topics like art, music, history and culture often baffle people, but they can be easy to comprehend if I spend enough time learning about them using helpful websites and online courses.

Spend less time on social media: Some people might not spend hours in front of the TV, or playing video games, but social media has become a serious
addiction among a wide range of demographics.

I am going to see my doctor more often: Staying healthy should be my top priority, but many people seem frighten of doctors and don’t go to the hospital nearly as often as they should, often waiting for their condition to significantly worsen.
Regular checkups are a must, no matter how healthy you feel at the moment.
Reinventing yourself can give me a whole new perspective on life and take me in directions I may never have dreamed were possible.

I may learn to control my emotions: Uncontrolled anger can get you into a lot of trouble, but things like jealousy and pride are destructive in all circumstances. Gaining control over my feelings allows me to keep a level head and think more rationally, even during emotionally charged conflict situations. Being able to ensure my own safety, and the safety of those I love, is a very important skillset to have. It’s not all about groin kicks and palm strikes, however. I need to learn how to conduct myself and what kind of behavior to look out for in others.

Face my fears and insecurities: I will find this particular point masked beneath another New Year’s resolutions, but fear and insecurity are often the cause of several problems that I want to address, and it will enable you to shed off a lot of the insecurities that you have. I’ll write a book/journal: Even if it is just a few random thoughts scribbled daily in a journal, I shouldn’t be afraid to give writing a go with a few tips and tricks.

Stick to the good healthy habits I’ve developed: the last, and most important point to mention is that all the positive changes I may make have to be permanent. I will need to work on sticking with the good habits I have adopted, until they just become a natural part of who I am. That is how people achieve true, and days can be worth years in value.

Well, there you have it and you may see your own New Year’s resolution through and make some long-term changes in your life. I wish you all a Happy New Year!

Lark
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