8 Ways You Can Improve Your Life in 2015
We’re reaching that time of year when we sit back and reminisce another year in our lives. Whether it’s been a good or bad 12 months, there’s always room for improvement. It can be hard to truthfully self-evaluate the events of 2014 and you may not be satisfied with what you’ve achieved.
This is where we cross over to Huffington Post, which lists eight steps you can take to improve your life in 2015. It speaks from a first-hand account of their struggle with self-reflection and their overall attitude towards life:
This short but sweet interaction forced me to ask myself, “What do you really want?” Not what I think I want, or what I think I should want or what I’ve told myself I need, but what I truly — truly want. This question then lead to the heart of the matter, which is how do I want to be in this world?
It then goes on to give the eight steps:
To be a good friend, sister, partner, connector, community member, etc. — you have to be present. Truly present. Social media does not = being present. It is nothing but a fancy cover. Take time to really connect. Write letters. Make phone calls. Take a friend a sweet treat for no reason at all. Return to this, because you know it makes you happy. Don’t do it to get something in return, but because the action brings you joy.
2. Less serious
There are a lot of horrible things happening in the world. Turn on the news and it is easy to perseverate, worry and see all of the evil. Be aware, but also find reasons to laugh and be silly. There is a goofy side of you — tap into that crazy inner 7-year-old and let yourself be authentically playful.
Make sure to head over to the article and check out the other six steps. Why not use 2015 to get into better habits, discover your true potential or push yourself out of your comfort zone? Remember, it’s never too late to turn your life around.
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About Matt Lawson Matt Lawson is a UK based sports journalist who covers all the latest football (soccer) news and matches for the Press Association. A keen Newcastle United fan, Matt is usually found either watching or playing the beautiful game.