5 resolutions you CAN’T break this year

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Rather than making the usual resolutions you know deep-down you’ll break, how about making these life-changing resolutions instead? And to make sure you keep them, tell people about them and write them down to ensure they’re always at the forefront of your mind.

1.    Be the person you’re trying to attract

If you’re looking to enter into a relationship, the first thing you can do is write down all the qualities you want your partner to have. Then read it back and look at it as a list representing the person you need to be to attract the person you want in your life.

2.    Make time for friends and family

Make 2010 the year you reconnect with your loved ones. It’s easy in the bustle of everyday life to put off that visit to your family, or that phone call to an old friend, but once you drift apart it’s not so easy to bring someone back into your life. You don’t need to spend a ton of money – invite friends round for dinner, with everyone bringing a different dish. If you live far apart, schedule a phone call once a week to keep in touch.

3.    Set yourself a challenge

Whether you do something you’ve never done before, or learn a new skill, gain new experiences in 2010. You’ll meet new people, which is a great confidence booster and very energising. Learning or experiencing something new, gives you more oomph, and you’ll find it easier to chat to people when you’ve got something you’re really passionate about. You could even spark up a new romance.

4.    Enjoy your life

Every day events can make you forget that life is for living. The most important thing you can do is focus on what you can change and let go of what you can’t. Otherwise you’re just wasting energy that would be better spent elsewhere. This can require a fairly large mind-set shift, but is totally worth it.

5.    Help others enjoy their lives

It’s very true that by helping other people you get a lovely warm glow inside – making you feel great too. Whether you donate some money to charity, volunteer at a local youth centre or simply help an elderly neighbour with their shopping, you’ll feel good. And when you feel good about yourself, potential partners will see that in you too, making you even more attractive.


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