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The year is just starting! You don't have to start on the first day of the year, the important thing is to begin.

If you don’t know how you want to carry this year, we leave you some options for you to take advantage of and have a purpose during 2023. Remember that everything requires perseverance, don’t despair!

Plan your budget better

If there’s one New Year’s resolution that will help you the most in the long run, it’s making a promise to save more money.

Practice wellness

Anxiety can plague anyone at any time of the year, in all aspects of life, and it can be easy to let thoughts of the future or past experiences distort the present.

Read more books

January is the perfect time of year to curl up with a new book. To keep you accountable all year long, why not get together with friends and colleagues to discuss the best things they’ve ever read?

Having plants helps mental health. Photo: Ylanite Koppens

Drink less alcohol

You already know you don’t need to drink to have fun, so why not make it a point to cut back on your drinking and practice sobriety this year?

Commit to a healthier sleep routine

So many problems can be traced back to a bad night’s sleep. And yet there is so much more we can try to improve beyond a reasonable bedtime.

Give up smoking

Cigarettes are extremely harmful to your health, particularly your lungs, but tobacco products in general (including vapes!) pose a serious threat.

Buy plants

Stop by the garden center after brunch this weekend. Only the presence of indoor plants can reduce human stress levels. One study found that active plant care calmed the autonomic nervous system and lowered blood pressure.

Plan a vacation

Those who go on vacation at least twice a year have a lower risk of having a heart attack than those who go on vacation infrequently. And researchers have found that even thinking about an upcoming trip can boost happiness for weeks.

Start a new career

If this is your year to change gears, you’ll know it in your heart. Even though work routines are still affected by the pandemic, there are ways career experts say you can successfully negotiate what you need to stay happy at work. If not, plan what your next step will be.

Consider therapy

We all look to friends and family for support, but is this the year you finally do something about your mental health?


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