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Start 2020 Off Positively With These Resolutions

We are just a few days away from Christmas and the New Year, and excitement is peaking. However, before you know it, we will be launched into January, and all too often that gives us an anti-climatic feeling and can make us feel a little down in the dumps. The beginning of a new year should be seen as a fresh start and something to look forward to rather than something to dread, and if you have some plans in place, you can kick off the new year – and the new decade – with fun and joy. Ready to get some inspiration to start 2020 off positively? Read on!

We are just a few days away from Christmas and the New Year, and excitement is peaking. Ready to get some inspiration to start 2020 off positively? Read on!

Book music or show tickets

To start, one of the best ways of lightening your mood and your soul is through music and theatre. Book to go and see your favorite band or singer or in concert, or look out for discount broadway tickets for something a little special. They will put more than a bit of spring in your step! You could attend a concert with your friends to make the most out of an incredible night! With this, you should bare in mind what music taste your friends has, if they’re into rap then Bad Bunny might be a favorable option (if you want to purchase tickets, then you can get them here) the last thing you want is to arrive at the concert and your friend is not enjoying themselves, so make sure to keep this in mind!

go to a local music concert

Plan a vacation

Even if you are not planning on going until the summer months, booking and planning a vacation in January can give you something to look forward to, as well as provide you with plenty of time to save up the all-important spending money! If your budget doesn’t quite stretch that far, hypothetically plan one – make a Wanderlust scrapbook or a Pinterest board and start thinking about how you can make it a reality!

book a vacation start 2020 off positively
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Learn something new

Another way to start 2020 off positively is to learn something new. One of the best things you can do to keep a positive, mental attitude is to keep your mind occupied and give it something to do. Signing up for a class and learning a brand new skill is a great way to do this. Maybe you have always wanted to try your hand at Indian cooking, or learn a foreign language or gardening.

Arts and craft classes can be fun, and you never know, you may discover a talent that you never knew you had! You may also find it an excellent way of meeting new people and making new friends, which of course is always an excellent way to kick off a new decade!

find a new craft for 2020
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Become a local tourist

Once we have lived somewhere for a few years, we tend to take it for granted, but when was the last time you really explored your local city? Become a tourist in your hometown – visit all the museums and galleries, head to that amusement park and follow the tourist trail. You will learn to appreciate where you live all over again, and it’s almost like a vacation, but you can sleep in your own bed at the end of the day!

Face a fear

Finally, everyone should step right out of their comfort zone once in a while and face their fears. Imagine how good you will feel about yourself if you can overcome that fear of spiders, or you can get on that plane? There are various ways of getting help with a phobia, such as hypnosis.


What will you be doing next year to lift your spirits and start 2020 off positively in the best possible way?



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Jennifer is the Owner of TWL and Co-Owner of a Influencer Facebook Group Influential Mamas.  Along with blogging + freelance writing and selling Zyia Activewear, she is a mom, army wife and full-time teacher. Jennifer lives in Washington State and is a born + raised New Yorker. In her spare time, she loves traveling, yoga, the beach, writing, listening to books and drinking coffee.

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