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New Year, New You?

Or New Year, Best You??

Happy New Year! How are you approaching 2019? Is it New Year, New You? Or New Year, Best You??

What are your hopes, your goals, your plans for 2019?

Building on your successes

At this time of year we’re bombarded with messages along the lines of New Year, New You – ditch the bad eating/drinking/smoking/coach potato habits – Dry January, Veganuary, RED January, join a gym…

(While these are great, I’m not doing any of them strictly to the letter. I’ve done dry January in the past but drink so little alcohol now that it would be hard to tell if it was January or not! As a family we’ve adopted a more plant-based (flexitarian) diet over the last year. Last night I started attending a weekly Pilates class together with my daughter…)

While we benefit from adding some new good habits, we we also benefit from building on our past successes…

What worked really well for you last year?
What were your highlights?
What was easier than you thought?
What will you repeat in 2019, do more of?

The best you

How can you spend more of your time being the ‘best you’ in 2019? – do you know when you are at your best??

Does your work bring out ‘best you’? Do you bring your ‘best you’ to your work?

“I don’t want to go to work today”

If you’re really not feeling it and going back to work after the festive break was a chore, see how I changed my thoughts about going back to work in my blog from this time last year: Back to work for the new year…

What about you?

What will you take forward in 2019?

Let me know your thoughts in the comments below. Or please get in touch via the contact form or call me on +44 7526 740486.

If you haven’t reviewed 2018 before making plans for 2019, check out my downloadable guide for under a tenner… or check out some of my previous blogs (How do I set goals for the new year?, Creating your vision, Long-term vision)

Let me know how you get on!

Sian

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