2013 is here, and we’re only at the start of it. Most people think thank the first of January is an excuse to have fresh start on your lifestyle, the reality is, that your life doesn’t change in one day, nor it resets itself during new years’eve.
Everybody during this time of the year start thinking about new year resolutions, but usually all the good ideas and objectives get lost after the first weeks of January, mostly because too ambitious or simply because you don’t believe in them enough.
Here is a list of 10 new years resolutions I managed to conquer last year, there are all easy and practicable, anyone can follow them and they will actually improve your life, worth giving a try to at least on of them.
- Kill distraction: Do you think that you’re spending too much time dealing with emails, facebook chats, IM’s, phone calls, and random distractions than actually being productive? Here are ten easy suggestions you can easily follow immediately to eliminate distraction and get things done.
- Leave work at work: Want more time for your personal and social life? Here’s how not to think about your job 24/7.
- Read your emails only twice a day: Increase your productivity deacrising your stress with a simple but radical tip.
- Declutter your Desktop: How much time do you spend by looking for files on your computer? This simple method will help you declutter your files and regain sanity.
- Create a morning routine: Follow the path to happiness by creating a simple morning routine to jumpstart your day.
- No Tv: Extreme resolution for the most, but I can assure you that the pro’s you’ll obtain by switching your tv off are great, and will make you feel more self aware.
- Learn the GTD method: Discover this technique do improve all your projects - life and work related - productivity.
- Learn the Pomodoro technique: Any procrastinator knows that your mind will take as long has been allotted to finish a task. Learn this simple technique to be more focused.
- Capture your ideas: Writing an idea down gives you freedom to let your mind explore it even more or concretize it, because it doesn’t have to work on actually remembering it.
- Buy yourself happiness: One of the best ways to make yourself happy is to make someone else happy, whether someone you know, or a cause you support.