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The beginning of a new year often prompts reflection on the past year and what you want to do differently moving forward.
When making resolutions, it’s advisable to choose a few that are meaningful to you and realistically attainable rather than just one that is overly complex, or so many that they are beyond your reach. Here are some suggestions to consider if you want to better manage stress and improve your physical and mental health.
Getting rid of clutter helps reduce anxiety. People often feel a sense of relief after sorting out a junk drawer, emptying the car trunk, shredding paper, deleting files or deep-cleaning their household. Try this:
Consider incorporating these “let-it-go” tactics into your daily life:
As you work toward your goals, acknowledge your accomplishments. Maybe the garage is still a mess, but you finally organized your filing system and donated some items to the thrift store. Reward yourself by doing something simple that you enjoy.
It’s important to pay attention to what brings you happiness and lifts your spirits. Conscious efforts to find sources of solace and cultivate a positive attitude help put your mind at rest. It’s never too soon or too late to change behaviors that you believe will have a lasting positive impact on your health and well-being.
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