“Don’t give yourself an option to give up. I never thought about quitting. If I invest mentally, I don’t quit.”
Vijaya Srivastava, who learned to swim at age 68.
For the first time in a while, New Year’s Eve may feel more like a glimmer of a regular celebration — and a powerful wave of hope for the future is sure to be present at any New Year’s celebration this year.
Champagne bottles have been popped, balls have dropped, and now your friends, family and colleagues are starting to ask, “What’s your New Year’s resolution?”
Some people love the tradition of setting a goal each January 1. Others argue it’s a waste of time since most resolutions fail by mid-March. But there is actually a logic to jumping on the New Year’s resolution bandwagon despite the grim numbers.
A good plan ideally starts off with a past review. “Spend 75 percent of your time in reviewing the pandemic years 2020 and 2021,” says Rishabh Parakh, a chartered accountant and founder of NRP Capitals.
Buy health insurance
COVID-19 is still around us. “Most people have been relying only on the group insurance from their employer. They need to reassess whether existing their health insurance is currently sufficient for the family and dependents.
Keep one day a month just for your finances
From monitoring your investments and deploying surplus amounts, to accounting for your expenses, checking your credit report, your money box requires your periodic attention.
Self-healing as a resolution can be beneficial in several ways. One should also work on developing self-awareness in order to become a better person because when you are a better person
Start a journal
Start keeping a regular record of your personal thoughts, feelings, and insights.
Give more compliments
A little compliment can go a long way. In fact, research has shown that receiving a compliment can enhance positivity in relationships and increase general happiness.
Practice saying ‘no.’
If you consider yourself a people pleaser, you know how difficult it can be at times to say no to others. But learning how to gently set boundaries can actually improve your relationships with yourself and the people you care about.
Read more, scroll less.
In a world where new electronic devices are always coming out, it can be easy to get swept up in the act of scrolling. The problem is, the blue light that these devices emit can inhibit sleep and promote feelings of dread due to the tendency of comparison. In an effort to boost your sleep schedule and your mood, put down your electronics and reach for a book !