1. Put your phone on do not disturb
The last thing you need is a notification of everyone’s holiday fun when you should be creating your own. The DND feature that comes with new phone models helps you to keep yourself safe from the little repeated attention seeking notifications that keep popping up on your phone. Time and time again, this feature has reportedly saved people from psychological problems of life, like this Mashable writer claimed.
2. Get out of the house
It’s easy to lay around in bed all day but make a point to find what’s happening in your city and get out and create memories. Leaving the house can afford you the luxury of some fresh healing air from the universe itself. This can be hard to do but then you have to do it, and you could find inspiration in this Rookie guide from someone who have been there before.
Stop and reflect on all the good that has happened in your life in the past few months, especially from the beginning of the year. Make a list of everything you hope will happen in the coming months and years. This process of reflection and writing can help you feel a lot better so you can be less burdened to face the future.
What better way to end the year than to be a blessing to others in need. There are hundreds of stuffs in your wardrobe and on your shelf that are pointlessly clogging your entire life even though you do not realize it. Decluttering has double benefits: it helps you breathe free and also help the less privileged citizens of the world. Find a local church or children’s home to give those items you have not touched in years.
5. Work Out
Every day we can get out of bed and stand on our own legs is a blessing. Don’t take it for granted. Grab your honey or the kids and go for a Run, Spin or Swim. If you are looking for a less time demanding and more effective technique for your exercise routine, then checkout the acclaimed HIIT technique.