The decade is coming to a close! New Year’s resolutions get a bad rap for being cliché health and wellness goals — but it’s not a bad thing that people embrace a season of self-improvement. We want to encourage intentionality in evaluating habits, without pushing lifestyle changes that will fall short by February. This is a time of year when people are willing to change their lives — let’s meet them there and help them see the value of virtue, service, and expanding their interior lives in this effort.
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Here is some of our top content around the topic of New Year’s resolutions and goals.
Social copy [IG]: Planning out your New Year’s resolutions and all the ways this year is going to be *your* year can be exciting — at first. But it can be tricky to stick to those commitments! One great way to incorporate beneficial AND doable habits into your 2020 is by taking a more holistic approach to resolutions in the form of daily self-care practices.
Self-care can be as simple as changing up your morning routine so that you aren’t rushing out the door each morning, or giving yourself an extra 20 minutes before bed to wind down. When you look at your resolutions as a lifestyle change, rather than a goal to be checked off, you’re more likely to make that long-term commitment.
Find more self-care ideas in “Simple Self-Care Ideas to Take into the New Year” by @GrottoNetwork
[Twitter&FB]: New Year’s resolutions don’t have to be complicated. In fact, you’re more likely to stick to them if they aren’t! Incorporating a few, simple self-care practices into each day is a sure way to make 2020 your best year yet. Read more via @GrottoNetwork
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For last year’s words belong to last year’s language
And next year’s words await another voice. —T.S. Eliot
They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself. —Andy Warhol
You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream. —C.S. Lewis
Aspire not to have more but to be more. —St. Oscar Romero