New year, new me

I’m not a fan of New Year’s resolutions (mine is 1440x900 if you have to know) but I like to reflect on the year past to see what I might want to change going forward. There aren’t many things I want to change at the moment. Just one: being intentional.

This applies to all aspects of my life whether it’s relationships, how I spend my free time or how I show up at work. I want to carve out more time for the things that actually matter to me and focus on them without distractions. A big part of this is no doubt maintaining the routines that improve my wellbeing. I noticed that there are four activities that drastically improve how I feel on a given day:

  • Exercise
  • Meditation
  • Reading
  • Playing guitar

If I do those every day, my body feels good. I feel good. I want to do a better job at prioritising and removing mindless distractions in the process. Writing about it is one thing, but now it’s about making it happen. Let’s see how it goes.