10 Habits You Can’t Bring With You in 2020
1. Anxiety About 2020
Most of us would agree 2019 was rough, and while we aim to be optimistic for the coming year, it can be difficult to not fear the unknown. The residue of loss and trauma can bring on feelings of anxiety. Despite any
2. That Situationship
What is it that you both want and are you on the same page? Do not go another year guessing where you stand in a relationship. If you want something long term, don’t settle. Living below your value is no longer an option.
3. Poor Eating Habits
Making the changes necessary to maintain good health is imperative. Start small and realistic and build from there. Maybe it’s adding a green drink every morning or cutting out soda. Or you can start the year off with a challenge and go on a fast. Whatever you choose, you must take steps to improve your health in the new year.
4. That “Friend” Who Takes of Advantage of You
Your circle or lake thereof is important– event if its
5. Small Thinking
Don’t be afraid to think large. Often times we are taught to feel guilty for wanting more for ourselves. Visualize yourself in higher places if that’s your heart
6. The Wrong Intentions
Self -reflection is a part of growth. Being honest where there is malice, unhealthy competition, jealousy, fear in your heart. If the moves you are making aren’t centered in pure intentions it will come back to bite you. Discover the root of your desires and assess if its selfish motive or for the greater good.
7. That Job Sucking Your Soul
The time we spend is valuable. If you’re working a 9-5 and that is where your purpose and passion lives, you’re on the right track. If you’re at a job that is not a tool to getting to achieving the larger goal, you should re-assess how you’re allocating your time. Spending your time in anywhere that is impacting your mental and spiritual health is a waste of time. If you’re detoxing at the top of the new year consider where you’re using your time and ask yourself is it worth it?
8. Financial Illiteracy
Have a financial plan in place this year. Ask questions like how can I make more money? How can I make steps to acquire financial freedom? What monthly subscriptions should I unsubscribe from to save money? Make 2020 a year to enhance your financial literacy. Learn more
9. Self Doubt and Comparison
You’ve heard it over and over again. Your journey belongs to you. It is a disservice to your purpose and personality to compare your life to another. It breeds jealousy, self- doubt, feelings of inadequacy. In 2020 keep your eyes on your own path.
10. A Closed Mind
If you’re not willing to have new experiences, learn new information, meet new people, understand the experiences of others who are not like you than you’re not growing. A closed mind is a suffocating soul. Challenge yourself this year to step outside your comfort zone.
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