5. Practice Gratitude . . . A Lot
With so much loss, pain, hurt, and uncertainty over the last 20 plus months it has been a lot to handle.
However, despite everything that is going on, I always try to look for bright spots.
So, throughout your week, write down things that you’re grateful for. These can be big or small things. For example, it could be you finally found hair products that actually work for you. Whatever it is, write it down after it happens, put these things in a jar.
Then, at the end of each week read the cards in your gratitude jar and on December 31st take 1 hour to read through each card and allow yourself to feel the emotion of the gratitude that you experienced all year.
I hope these ideas will help you make this your best year yet.