The Resolutions and Intentions for a Healthy 2020!
The resolutions and intentions for a healthy 2020!
The start of a new year is an ideal time to look back on the previous one, but also to choose what will be the intentions that will guide this new chapter
In order to put the odds on your side and your wishes come true, when choosing your intentions/resolutions, it is important to keep a few things in mind.
• Positively formulate your intentions: add things to your life rather than trying to eliminate, restrict, or lose them. It would be much easier to implement. The change will also be more pleasant!
• Keep it concrete. For example, "Being more positive" is too vague and is unlikely to make a real difference in your daily life. On the other hand, writing three gratitudes per day is more likely to come true.
• Be realistic. It's better to aim for small goals and often celebrate your success than to be constantly discouraged.
To inspire you in your choices, here is a list of several health intentions:
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• Sign up for a physical activity class in which you have fun. There are now so many original options: trampoline, hula hoop, etc.
• Take one hike per week or every two weeks.
• Do one yoga session per week; A sport that will benefit you both physically and mentally! There are also different types of yoga and teachers. So feel free to try multiple courses and centers to find what you really like.
• Register for a race or sporting event that motivates you.
• Train three times a week in pleasure. Find what you like to do, when you like to do it, and in what environment. This is the key to being motivated!
An aspect often overlooked when talking about health, but which is nevertheless essential for mental health. Personal development has repercussions on physical health, and it is important to be taking into account.
• Read a personal development book per month, and put your learning into practice. You could even include your friends in the process and make it a book club.
• Write three items/day for which you are grateful.
• Write down important events of your day and how you felt during them, once a day. What were your thoughts and emotions? This exercise will help you to evacuate, but also to get to know yourself better.
• Start therapy if you feel that certain things are blocking you or taking up too much space in your life.
• Take training on a subject that interests you (and not for work).
• Create two or three times a week just for fun (and not for it to be beautiful, good or otherwise). It can be writing, drawing, painting, etc.