It is important to take care of yourself all year long, and as the 2013 comes to an end, there are some important questions to ask yourself. Here is a power list of 20 questions to ask yourself before 2014.
1. What am I proud of this year?
2. If things didn’t go the way I planned what can I learn?
3. Where am I feeling stuck?
4. Do I love my job?
5. Do I feel healthy?
6. Are my fiancés in order?
7. Do I need to forgive anyone?
8. Did I take care of my soul?
9. What do I want to learn next year?
10. Am I where I want to live?
11. How can I do more of what I love?
12. How can I feel more peace?
13. What new exercise do I want to explore?
14. Am I in love with my life?
15. Am I free of regrets?
16. Am I up to date on all health visits?
17. Do I feel balanced?
18. Am I happy?
19. Do I feel connected to my community?
20. Do I love myself?
No matter what, whether make new years resolutions of or you try to avoid making new year goals, doing a reflection moment can help balance your life as you move forward. Take time daily to make time to think about your life. As the new year comes closer it is important to relax and take time to balance yourself. This means caring for yourself, and doing what you want to do.
Here are some easy ways to make sure you bring in 2014 right.
Schedule Health Appointments
Make sure you are up to date with all of your health check ups from the doctor and dentist. Scheduling important appointments for the new year will help set you up for successes,” says Doctor Walker, a dentist in Milwaukee OR.
It is important to take care of your health and one of the easiest ways to do that is to drink more water. Most people are dehydrated and do not drink enough water or take care of themselves on a regular basis. Adding more water into your daily routine will make a big difference. It can improve your mental clarity, give you more energy, clear up skin blemishes and help improve the quality of your smile.
Play With Your Children
Family time is so important. When you spend time with your children and listen to their stories you will feel better and more grounded. The holidays are a time of gathering and spending time with loved ones. Taking care of your families health is important as well. "Make sure your children are up to date on all of their check ups. This will make a difference in the quality of life you have in 2014," Says Prashant Gagneja pediatric dentistry in Vancouver.