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December 19, 2017
Ever wondered why there seem to be a distinct feeling of gloominess that accompanies the closing of the year? Even more noticeable is the mixed feeling that the coming of a new year brings with it. The end of year holidays is a profound period, not only is it marked with several celebrations, it represents a time of retrospection on the activities of the previous year. This could include resolutions and goals that have not been fulfilled, targets that were not hit and wishes that did not come to pass.
Even in other instances where things seemed to go exactly as planned, there is always a feeling of anxiety and possible fear about what’s coming next. It is important however, to understand that all of these feelings are perfectly normal, but letting them linger for too long could hinder any possible hope for progress in the New Year. Understanding the reasons for these feelings of sadness, anxiety and sometimes inadequacy allows you to adopt a positive mind-set and pave way for your new goals. A significant cause of these “blues” comes from the drain that accompanies the stressful activities and expectations around the festivities. From the parties and family gatherings, we end up involving ourselves so much that the emotional and physical drain becomes so profound. How then do you keep these low emotions at bay and prepare yourself for a great year ahead? Here are 4 simple steps to get rid of the negativity and attain a positive mind-set for the New Year.
Having learnt how to let go of the “new year blues” you should then decide to step into the year with confidence and high spirits. What have you decided to leave behind? Have you set your goals for the New Year yet? What are you choosing to incorporate into your life this year? It’s time for a fresh start and a time for great accomplishments. Have a blissful celebration and a happy new year!
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