New Year’s Resolutions for 2021December 31, 2020
2020 has been a challenging journey for so many, but January 1, 2021 marks the beginning of a whole new year. Let’s start fresh with optimism and grace, setting some meaningful resolutions to help make your year the best it can be!
In this edition of the True Blue blog, we’re offering up some great inspiration for resolutions. Let us know on Facebook which resolution you’re making!
#1 Practice Daily Gratitude
Did you know that gratitude is actually good for your health? Plus, it makes you feel better, too, promoting lots of positive good feelings! Take a look at these ways to integrate more gratitude into your everyday life.
#2 Start a Rejuvenating Morning Routine
Get your year off to a good start—and your days! That’s right; a rejuvenating morning routine can do wonders for our mind, body, and spirit. Start with a glass of water and get more tips here; you’ll feel so much more peaceful and energized!
#3 Learn Something New
Stay flexible and agile, both mentally and physically. When we learn new skills, we are building new pathways in our brain, giving us stronger memories and renewed childlike curiosity! Stuck on what hobby to try? Try learning a new language, picking up a new book series, or getting into crafting! Learn more on our blog about how lifelong learning keeps us younger and happier.
#4 Practice Mindfulness!
Staying present and calm is a fantastic way to improve our mental health and protect our brain health! Try a short meditation practice every day using apps like Insight Timer. Even just 2-3 minutes a day can make a huge difference! Get more mindfulness tips here.
#5 Spread Kindness
This one’s really our favorite. Spread love and kindness. Random acts of kindness can heal your heart and others’. Get tips on our Power of Kindness blog for how to practice kindness!
Happy New Year
On behalf of all of us here at Blue Harbor Senior Living, we are wishing you and yours a very Happy New Year! We care about you deeply and are here for YOU.
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