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This Is How To Make 2019 The Best Year Of Your Life

This Is How To Make 2019 The Best Year Of Your Life

This Is How To Make 2019 The Best Year Of Your Life

Hope smiles from the threshold of the year to come, whispering, ‘It will be happier.’
-Alfred Lord Tennyson

Let’s be real, we all have dreaded how 2019 was a crappy year, we have lost legends to the stars and the entire Trump and Presidency episode has left the world in awe. Then again it’s just a matter of personal opinion. You and I might be on the same page, but some can have their own point of view as well.

Instead of really feeling pity for our current status quo, why not try some old book tricks– finding joy in littlest of little things, enjoy the rain, a conversation over a hot cup of coffee to really light up our 2019. Why not just drag ourselves out from that dark and cold pit, “2018” and embrace the light that the rising sun of the 1st day of the new year is gonna shine upon us.

Here is a few nitty-gritty of life, from “The Minds Journal” to help you have a wonderful year ahead.

1) Don’t Wait Until ‘Tomorrow’ to Start Something New:

Have a plan? execute it. Want to try something new? Try it. Don’t wait until tomorrow to get your things done. Never ever delay or postpone your plans. It will not just get your things done on time, but will also inculcate your mind with a sense of satisfaction and a great deal of appreciation for your own selves. So all you couch potatoes, get up and do it right away.

2) Love Thyself.

Not to sound fancy or anything, but we all have come across this phrase once in our lifetime. Well, it is in fact quite a valid phrase, which we have totally forgotten to comprehend. Stop complaining already, if you don’t have that perfect body or a smooth skin and so on. We are real persons and not an image to be photo-shopped. So please, accept the way you are, because you are perfect and love yourself.

Read As I Began To Love Myself – Poem by Charlie Chaplin

3) Take Pride in Yourself.

Definitely not in a stingy way, but to give yourself a pat on the shoulder when you achieve something good is absolutely alright. Got a promotion? Or finally splurged on a new dress? Then feel good about it. Do not ever belittle yourself to exalt someone else’ expectations. There is no harm in taking credits for your own effort. You earned it, so be proud of it.

4) Give Your Social Media Account a Rest.

We cannot deny how social media or the internet itself has shaped our day-to-day activities. We become totally oblivious when scrolling that mobile screen and end up ignoring important things– forgetting to feed your dog, forgetting to unplug your hair straightener or might got late to your best friend’s birthday party. Give it a rest. Spend some real-time, with real people and not just your virtual friends.

Read 7 Ways Texting Is Ruining Your Life and Relationships

5) Focus on Your Own Flaws:

“People living in glass houses should never throw stones”. Yes, exactly what it means. Be a better person, focus on your own flaws and work on it. Do not judge or criticize others just for your own amusement. Try to understand the other person, learn their story and accept them the way they are. Never ever base your judgments on stereotypical notions. So be as awesome as you can.

6) Be Careful with Money:

New I-phone on the market or new collection by your favorite designer– sounds tempting, isn’t it? The time we just cannot hold our money in our wallets. Well, no one is to blame. it is definitely hard to resist such materialistic temptations. But, be more calculative with money, spend on necessity, save up for your child’s college education and try not to hog on something which you already own.

7) Re-Decorate Your House, if Needs be:

Sometimes, a picture on the wall or even the color of your room can bring us some unpleasant memory, that you might have desperately trying to avoid. Do not let such things disturb your mental peace. Try to eliminate such bad memory, change up the décor, paint in with a fresh color and put up some cute and funny pictures of your loved ones.

8) Be More Active:

Be right on your feet. Complete any unfinished business or any other task that needs to be done on time. Don’t leave things pending. This will pile up things and you will end up rushing them and end up in a confused state, which might ultimately lead to frustration.

9) Come Out of Your Comfort Zone.

Do not put self-imposed restrictions on yourself. Try to taste the impossible, change the unconventional, voice your opinion and above all let yourself be free. If you never try new possibility, you can never experience the better aspects of life. Let’s face it, no one wants to end up regretting anything in their later lives.

10) Love and Be Loved:

Go ahead and spread the words of love and peace. Be kind to your juniors, respect your elders and love all animals. Do not harbor any feeling of hatred for anyone, don’t lose yourself into vanity and never ever give yourself up to the greed and corruption of this world. In return, get the same for yourself.

11) Make Time for Your Loved Ones:

We live in a fast and progressing world. We work hard to earn a better living for ourselves and family.
In all such chaos, we forget to cherish few moments with our loved ones. Whether it’s your parents, lover, children, friend or even your pet dog, spend some time with them. Try to sit down for a coffee, go out for dinner and above all have a nice conversation with your close ones. You need good memories for your older days, don’t you?

12) Be Grateful:

Always be grateful for what you have. There is nothing wrong in having an ambition or a goal, but do not overlook or underestimate whatever you have in your life. We, humans, do not live a long life, so it’s important to stay happy with whatever gifts we have received from life and appreciate every moment of our living.

“Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right.”
– Oprah Winfrey

Read How To Deal With Judgement – 4 Effective Ways


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This Is How To Make 2019 The Best Year Of Your Life
This Is How To Make 2019 The Best Year Of Your Life

James America

James America is a passionate blogger and fitness enthusiast. James loves to reach out to people by writing interesting and informative blogs and articles on spirituality, astrology, lifestyle, introversion, along with quotes, thoughts, memes, etc. Loves reading, writing, workout, football, music, movies, and traveling.View Author posts

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