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This year, you’ve cried, laughed, and experienced a variety of emotions. As we approach the end of 2022, there are a few things you should consider before beginning the new year.

What will be your goals

Goal-setting is similar to creating a road map. It provides us with an opportunity to reflect on where we are, what we want, and how to get there.

Without a plan, we are more likely to ramble or waste time on ineffective strategies.

The beginning of a new year is a great time to evaluate your progress and set new goals because goal setting requires structure.

It makes sense that we frequently break our New Year’s resolutions. Consider what you accomplished the previous year as you set your goals. Think about what worked and what didn’t so you can adjust as needed.

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What relationships should stay in 2023

Some people simply must remain in 2022. Some relationships are simply not worth the crossover, and they must be left behind.

You don’t have to spend the entire year 2023 complaining about the same people. A new year is an excellent time to purge your closet of toxic relationships.

Is your boyfriend/girlfriend toxic? Is it that one friend who always gets on your nerves? Is it that person who is constantly causing problems? This new year will actually help you leave those people behind.


Don’t think that 2023 will be your year

“2023 is my year,” we frequently say at the start of a new year. But don’t do that this year; don’t believe that just because the numbers on the calendar have changed, your life will as well.

The only thing that has changed is the number, but time continues to pass, and unless you have changed certain habits and are actively planning to change them, 2023 will not be your year; it will be exactly what it is: a year.

You must first reflect on the previous year, determining what worked and what did not, and then determining what you must do to make the most of the coming year.

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