As today is New Year’s Eve I imagine many of you have started thinking about resolutions. The most common ones people choose are to loose weight, quit smoking or join a gym. It’s not that these are bad things to aspire to change. But often times the reason people are over weight, have addictions or don’t give themselves the time they deserve is not acknowledged.
Perhaps if you want to make some positive changes in your life you should start with why you want to make a change. Do you want to loose 10 pounds because you don’t feel as comfortable in yourself as you would like? Or because you think you’re fat and ugly? Before you make changes look at reasons behind them.
It has also been found that making a large list of resolutions is never a good idea. What happens is that when one resolution isn’t reached, we think we might as well throw out the rest as well. So start small.
Observe the way you think about yourself. Notice what the internal voice says about the way you think or look. If it’s negative don’t judge it, just make a note and decide if you want it to continue. If you want 2015 to be more positive, start with your inner self.
“The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.” – Albert Einstein