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Make the most out of your 2023


The past year was challenging for all of us, but it's over now. We survived and we're ready for more. Here's how to make the most out of 2023!

Calendar first

  • Plan your day. Before you start, take a minute to think about what you’re going to do. Maybe you want to swim at the pool, or go for a walk in the park? Maybe there are some chores that need doing around the house? Whatever it is, make sure it gets on your schedule!

  • Set goals and prioritize tasks. Once you know what needs to be done, set some goals for yourself—maybe “do all my chores before noon” or “finish studying for next week's test”—and work backwards from there so that each goal has its own specific list of tasks associated with it. And as long as you follow through on those lists, by all means! But remember: There are more things in life than just hitting checkboxes off lists…

Write down your goals

  • Write down your goals.

  • Write down your reasons for why you want to achieve them.

  • Write down the steps you will take to achieve them.

  • Write down the time frame for achieving them (for example, "by August 2023," "after I graduate college" or "in five years").

  • Write down the resources (money, time) you will need to achieve them and how much each resource costs or takes up in your life right now (for example: $150 per month).

Make a list of what you want to change this year

  • Make a list of what you want to change this year: Be specific. Instead of saying, “I want to lose weight,” write down what exactly you hope to accomplish. For example: “I will lose 20 pounds by the end of June by eating healthy and working out three days a week with my friend Emily” or “I will be able to fit into my favorite pair of jeans again by May 1st” (and not just wish for it). Don't forget about important steps like deciding when and how often you're going to work out!

  • Write down how you'll feel at the end of the year if you make these changes: Take some time now—before anything else—to think about how good it would feel if your goals were achieved. This should help motivate you as well as provide inspiration so that instead of thinking, "Oh God," when faced with temptation later on, all those positive feelings come rushing back in full force instead.

  • Write down how much better off everyone would be if these changes were made: It's easy for us all too quickly forget that changing our habits has an impact on others around us. It might sound strange but even though nobody really cares what we do most days (or maybe even most years), this kind of thinking can actually help motivate us more than any other factor because ultimately we want other people close enough so as not only ourselves but also our loved ones

Ensure you're getting enough sleep

  • Your body needs sleep. In fact, sleep is an essential component of your mental and physical health.

  • The amount of sleep you need depends on your age. Children need more than adults, but it's recommended that everyone gets at least seven hours per night.

  • If you're having trouble getting enough shut-eye on a regular basis, try these strategies:

  • Set a bedtime routine for yourself and stick to it every night (e.g., read for 15 minutes).

  • Limit screen time before bed—it can negatively impact the quality of your rest!

  • Don't take naps during the day if possible; instead try to get some extra shuteye at night instead.

  • You can also invest in new products like weighted blankets or eye masks if they'll help you relax and fall asleep faster (and stay asleep longer).

Remove past mistakes and bad decisions from your mind

Begin by focusing on what you can change. For example, if you've made a mistake in the past, try to find ways to prevent it from happening again. If you have a bad decision that isn't reversible, turn your attention to the future and think about how you could have done things differently and better.

Next focus on what you can control and do today to improve your situation. This may include making improvements in yourself and/or your life through education or experience, taking care of yourself physically with exercise or other healthy habits (including eating well), socializing with friends and family who are positive influences for us, etc.

Finally think about how far up the ladder of success we've come since our last failure—we're probably not where we thought we'd be when we first started out!

Plan your week over the weekend

The first step to making the most out of 2023 is planning your week over the weekend. You may think this is a no-brainer, but the majority of people don't plan their weeks in advance and instead do it as things come up. This leads to:

  • Wasted time and wasted energy on tasks that are not important or urgent (like checking Facebook)

  • Wasted time because you have no idea how long it will take to complete a task, so you put off doing anything all together

Get comfortable with silence

Silence is a powerful tool. The human brain needs silence to process things, which means that we can learn more when there's more space between our thoughts. When we're constantly surrounded by noise and activity, it's hard for us to focus on one thing at a time—and the more we try to focus in this environment, the more exhausted we'll be by all the input around us.

Silence is also relaxing and helps you feel calm and present in your life. It's hard to be anxious around people who don't talk much! Practicing silence can help you become comfortable with yourself so that when you're in an uncomfortable situation (like a bad date or an argument), you know how not to get stressed out about it out of habit because of all those times sitting alone with your own thoughts while reading books or watching TV shows without anyone else around.#ENDWRITE


Meditation is a great way to relax, de-stress and focus. It can help with anxiety, depression and insomnia. There are many different types of meditation but they all have one thing in common: they all involve focusing on your breath.

Eat healthy

  • Eat healthy. We all know that the most important thing you can do for yourself is to look after your body and its health, but what does that mean?

  • Avoid processed foods. You don't have to go out of your way to buy expensive organic produce, but try not to eat too much sugar or processed food. This includes biscuits, cakes and other desserts—even if they're vegan!

  • Drink more water. Water isn't just good for keeping you hydrated; it also helps with digestion and keeps your skin glowing from within (so stop using so many beauty products). Every day make sure you drink at least two litres of water! If you want some flavor in there mix some lemon juice into it as well—it's good for digestion too!

Drink water first thing in the morning

  • Drink water first thing in the morning to kickstart your metabolism.

  • Drink water before meals to avoid overeating.

  • Drink water before you eat to avoid eating too fast.

  • Drink water to help you feel full and satisfied with less food, so that you eat less overall throughout the day.

Start reading more books (audiobooks are fine too!)

Reading is one of the best ways to improve yourself and learn new things. Reading can keep your mind active, help you fall asleep, relax and solve problems.

If you're looking for books that will help you grow as a person in 2023 then look no further than this list:

  • The 10X Rule - Grant Cardone

  • How to Win Friends & Influence People - Dale Carnegie

Stick to a morning routine - make it challenging, but not too difficult. Always include exercise.

While it’s important to make the most out of your 2023, it’s equally as important to start each day off right. A morning routine will help get you into a positive mindset, which will carry throughout the rest of your day.

  • Start small, and then increase difficulty when you feel ready. Set a goal for yourself that you can easily accomplish in less than 10 minutes: maybe a quick jog around the block or 10 pushups in front of the mirror. If you meet this goal every morning for two weeks straight, set yourself up for something more challenging! It doesn't have to be difficult—it just has to get your blood pumping and wake up those sleepy brain cells ready for another day at work (or school).

Set yourself up for success by planning out your year and creating morning rituals that will help you achieve your goals.

Planning is important. If you don't know what your goals are and how you're going to achieve them, it's easy to get distracted or lose focus. That's why planning out your year is so crucial. You'll have a clear list of priorities and an outline for how you can work toward achieving those goals. It's also important that you have a strong morning routine (or series of routines) that helps keep your mind clear and focused throughout the day, so use this time to set yourself up for success by making sure your schedule aligns with what matters most.

Starting each day with an energizing workout in the morning will get your blood pumping, help clear out toxins from the previous day, and leave room on your schedule for other activities later in the afternoon or evening—but only if there isn't anything else scheduled beforehand! If there is something else planned beforehand then try doing yoga instead because it's less intense without being boring


We hope you've found this article useful. If you want to make the most out of 2023, start by planning your year and creating a morning ritual. It's important to get comfortable with silence and remove past mistakes from your mind so that they don't hold you back from achieving your goals. Finally, set yourself up for success by making sure you're getting enough sleep every night so that when the alarm goes off in the morning it doesn't feel like torture!

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