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7 YOGI INSPIRED IDEAS FOR YOUR NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS

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If the idea of setting new year’s resolutions appeals to you, then you should pick ones that you are motivated by and are realistic. However, according to research, a mere 8% of people achieve their new year’s resolutions. To make this tradition work for you, select a couple that will improve aspects of your life. Don’t simply write them down and forget about them, make a plan to help you work towards your goals. If you are looking for options here are our top seven yogi inspired ideas for your new year’s resolutions.

Make Self Care a Priority

We are generally motivated to look after others, however, more often than not we put ourselves at the bottom of the list. You can’t give your best if you don’t make self-care a priority. Aim to incorporate more yoga sessions, massages or floats into your year. Anything that makes you feel better and re-energises you. Setting your new year’s resolutions is a great time to think about how you can look after yourself.

Pursue Your Creative Outlet

Whether you love writing, art, music or any other creative hobbies, ensure you spend more time doing them in 2018. Your artistic outlet is a way to express yourself and is important for the soul. This is another form of self care and could form part of your new year’s resolutions.

Add Meditation to Your New Year’s Resolutions

If you haven’t meditated before, you may choose to set aside a couple of minutes per day for this practice. For those with more experience with meditation, you may wish to extend your sessions. To get the full benefits of meditation, you need to practice regularly. For tips on how to incorporate more meditation into your daily life, check out this post.

Spend More Time in Nature

Time spent in nature deepens your connection with the world around you. It awakens your five senses. Head to the beach, climb a mountain or simply head to your local park. There are plenty of ways you can spend time in nature. It allows you to slow down, breathe and take in the beauty of the natural world. You should try and make time every day to immerse yourself in nature.

Reduce Stress in Your Life

If you find you have been getting stressed this year, identify what is triggering these feelings. It could be your work situation or financial strain. Put a plan in place to make a difference. This could mean taking a course so that you can pursue the career of your dreams. Perhaps you can talk to your employer and achieve a better work-life balance. Or you may need to talk to a financial advisor to improve your financial health. No matter the source of your stress, there will be a solution. 2018 could be the year that you address them and reduce your stress.

Try a Different Style of Yoga

For yogi’s that are in a bit of a yoga rut, you might not be getting as much out of the practice as you could. Try mixing things up by vowing to try different styles throughout the year. You could commit to taking one new class per month. This could be anything from Bikram to aerial yoga and everything in between. You may find that there is another style you also love. If not, at least you have tried it and challenged yourself.

Make it Your New Year’s Resolution to Practice Gratitude

Another yogi inspired idea for your new year’s resolutions is to practice more gratitude. It can be hard to stay mindful throughout the year, however, it is important. The power of the mind is an incredible thing and when we are thankful for everything around us we improve our well-being.

Make mindful yogi inspired new year’s resolutions for 2018 with our handy guide. It could be anything from self care to trying out a new yoga class. Ensure you are motivated to achieve these goals and make a plan to bring them into fruition. To connect with other like-minded yogi’s and make conscious purchases in the new year download the YogiMixer app today.

 

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