Resolution 2017.


Do more, feel better, work harder.
2017. is your year just wake up!

There are three rules;

1. If you do not go after what you want, you will never have it. 

2. If you do not ask, the answer will always be no. 

3. If you do not step forward, you will remain in the same place. 

(s) While many of us think the obvious resolution is to lose some weight in January, you can do better than that! You can be happy without getting thinner! If you want to make some healthy improvements to your life in 2017, choose to make a resolution that goes beyond losing weight. Instead, target areas of your life that can be directly improved:

  1. Make doctor and dentist appointments in a timely fashion
  2. Cook and prepare lunch instead of relying on processed foods
  3. Floss
  4. Support local farms and food producers
  5. Get more quality sleep
  6. Eat vegetables at every meal
  7. Meditate
  8. Spend more time outside
  9. Actually eat your fruit before it goes bad
  10. Bring your own bags when grocery shopping
  11. Don’t watch tv or use the computer during meals
  12. Take vitamins
  13. Stretch and improve your flexibility
  14. Drink herbal tea instead of coffee
  15. Concentrate on improving your posture
  16. Clean your kitchen and dishes after each meal
  17. Participate in Meatless Mondays
  18. Stop biting your nails
  19. Cut back on your sodium intake
  20. Regularly donate unworn and ill-fitting clothing to a local shelter
  21. Wear sunscreen every day you’re outside
  22. Quit smoking
  23. Get an eye exam and update your prescription
  24. Cut down on the amount of plastic you use each day
  25. Re-try foods that you hate, but haven’t eaten in years
  26. Moisturize and remove your makeup before going to bed
  27. Keep a journal

Focus on changing your behavior instead of changing your body, and then every step will be a step forward.

You are in control.

“Nobody can hurt me without my permission.”

What you feel and how you react to something is always up to you. There may be a “normal” or a common way to react to different things. But that’s mostly just all it is.

You can choose your own thoughts, reactions and emotions to pretty much everything. You don’t have to freak out, overreact of even react in a negative way. Perhaps not every time or instantly. Sometimes a knee-jerk reaction just goes off. Or an old thought habit kicks in.

And as you realize that no-one outside of yourself can actually control how you feel you can start to incorporate this thinking into your daily life and develop it as a thought habit. A habit that you can grow stronger and stronger over time. Doing this makes life a whole lot easier and more pleasurable.

Forgive and let it go.

“The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.”

“An eye for eye only ends up making the whole world blind.”

Fighting evil with evil won’t help anyone. And as said in the previous tip, you always choose how to react to something. When you can incorporate such a thought habit more and more into your life then you can react in a way that is more useful to you and others.

You realize that forgiving and letting go of the past will do you and the people in your world a great service. And spending your time in some negative memory won’t help you after you have learned the lessons you can learn from that experience. You’ll probably just cause yourself more suffering and paralyze yourself from taking action in this present moment.

If you don’t forgive then you let the past and another person to control how you feel. By forgiving you release yourself from those bonds. And then you can focus totally on, for instance, the next point.

Everyone is human.

“I claim to be a simple individual liable to err like any other fellow mortal. I own, however, that I have humility enough to confess my errors and to retrace my steps.”

“It is unwise to be too sure of one’s own wisdom. It is healthy to be reminded that the strongest might weaken and the wisest might err.”

When you start to make myths out of people – even though they may have produced extraordinary results – you run the risk of becoming disconnected from them. You can start to feel like you could never achieve similar things that they did because they are so very different. So it’s important to keep in mind that everyone is just a human being no matter who they are.

And I think it’s important to remember that we are all human and prone to make mistakes. Holding people to unreasonable standards will only create more unnecessary conflicts in your world and negativity within you.

It’s also important to remember this to avoid falling into the pretty useless habit of beating yourself up over mistakes that you have made. And instead be able to see with clarity where you went wrong and what you can learn from your mistake. And then try again.

See the good in people and help them.

Continue to grow and evolve. - You can pretty much always improve your skills, habits or re-evaluate your evaluations. You can gain deeper understanding of yourself and the world.

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