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Holiday Tip #8 For A Rejuvenating Time

December 31, 2018

Tonight, it’s celebration time, family/friend/ loved one’s time. Today is your last chance to indulge the tradition of the new year resolutions. I don’t say that I’m a big fan. However, I’m a big fan; I just don’t believe it to be useful if you review your goals only once a year. BUT, today is a good day to start, because indeed, every day is a good day to start.

Make a list of family / personal goals for the coming year

It is my tip for you and your family today. Take 30min figuring out what should be improved as a whole family, a couple, a group of friends, students or maybe simply as individuals. Anyway, it would be better to do it with your loved ones. First, because this exercise is about spending quality time with them. Second, because there’s no more powerful help than accountability.

It’s a serious thing, but have fun with it, it will only work better

Once more, you can make it a game.

These are some ideas for your goals as a group (I’m choosing this word because it works for families and friends, but I’m sorry it’s not very poetic)

-5 things the group should do better together

-1 or 2 individual improvements toward the group

-10 places the group should visit

-10 new things to try as a group

But you can add your own ideas too.

You can also double the exercise and find new goals of your own. Then share these with your loved ones for accountability. Self-care is crucial for everyone, never forget to take care of yourself, it’s your priority.

Tell me about your ideas!

The mood of the day:

New Year Resolutions
(Elizabeth Sewell)
I will drain
Long draughts of quiet
As a purgation;

Remember
Twice daily
Who I am;

Will lie o’ nights
In the bony arms
Of Reality and comforted

 

If you want to be on the list for my free “Mindfulness Advent Calendar” for next year, you can already subscribe to the list, visit the page here.

 



 

If you want to read my 12 tips:

First tip: Holiday Tip #1 For A Rejuvenating Time

Second tip: Holiday Tip #2 For A Rejuvenating Time

Third tip: Holiday Tip #3 For A Rejuvenating Time

Fourth tip: Holiday Tip #4 For A Rejuvenating Time

Fifth tip: Holiday Tip #5 For A Rejuvenating Time

Sixth tip: Holiday Tip #6 For A Rejuvenating Time

Seventh tip: Holiday Tip #7 For A Rejuvenating Time

Eighth tip: Holiday Tip #8 For A Rejuvenating Time

Ninth tip: Holiday Tip #9 For A Rejuvenating Time

Tenth tip: Holiday Tip #10 For A Rejuvenating Time

Eleventh tip: Holiday Tip #11 For A Rejuvenating Time

Twelfth tip: Holiday Tip #12 For A Rejuvenating Time

If you want to read more about Christmas and Winter season:

My Mindful Christmas Wishlist

Time For You To Get Organized For The Winter Holidays

My Natural Remedies Against Cold And Flu For The Family

Sprinkle mindfulness over December rush

How To Slow Travel Through Christmas Shopping

 

 

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