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Three Wonderful Ways to Transition Into the New Year

When you think back on this past year (two-thousand fourteen), how would you characterize it? Was it successful? Was it surprising? Was it stressful? Was it fun? Personally, my year was kind of a mixture of feelings. For parts of it I was completely ridden with stress while other aspects were absolutely joyous and fun and exhilarating. And, to be honest, I can’t believe that the end of the year is already upon us; it genuinely seems as though 2014 flew by. I believe that it’s important to end the year on a good, positive note- it gives us the opportunity to relish the last bit of one year, while heading into a new one in a healthy and pleasant headspace. Therefore, we’ve compiled a list of a few ideas of things that you can do in order to embrace two-thousand fourteen and to welcome two-thousand fifteen:

#1: Do something daring.

Nothing expedites personal growth quite like stepping outside of one’s comfort zone. Fear of failure only serves to hold you back from your true potential, and there’s really no better way to learn that than by doing something you didn’t believe you could do, necessarily. For some, stepping outside of their comfort zones means eating something new (raw fish? Escargot?), while for others it means something that’s a bit more of an adrenaline rush (quitting your dead-end job, skydiving, etc.). Whatever you decide to do, being daring will help you to start the new year on a confident foot.

#2: Forgive yourself.

If two-thousand fourteen wasn’t necessarily your year, it’s time to brush yourself off and jump into the new year guilt-free. Whatever has held you back, whether it involves work, relationships, or your health, it’s time to move on and utilize what you’ve learned throughout the process in order to better yourself in the new year.

#3: Start a new tradition.

The end of the year is a great time to start your own tradition, whether it’s by yourself, with your friends, or with your family. Tradition gives you something to look forward to each year, and can be a healthy way to bond with other people. You can build a tradition around almost anything, too- a dinner party, an ornament exchange, a New Year’s Eve brunch, or even a particular breakfast dish that you make each year for the day after Christmas. Whatever you decide to do, the important thing is that you can begin to build happy and cherished memories that will carry over into the new year.


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