12 Ways to Make Your Life Suck Less

Revamp Your Life in the New Year

2012 is your big chance to start fresh, and make your life suck less in the New Year. Here are twelve ideas that will make you happier, healthier and hotter!

1. Get Psychic Readings

The beginning of the year is the perfect time to get a psychic reading. See what special experiences are in store for you and get valuable advice that will make 2012 start with success. Calling is easy, affordable, exciting, and beneficial! Plus there are so many wonderful psychics to choose from that you’re sure to talk to someone whom you can experience a deep connection with.

2. Reconnect With People You Care About

Make time for people you do not normally make time for but you know you should. Pick up the phone and call friends and family members whom you have lost touch with. If the phone call goes well, you could even plan a lunch meeting or dinner date.

3. Make a Mini “Bucket List”

List all the places you want to visit, activities you want to experience, and goals you want to reach before 2012 ends. My list includes traveling to Korea, visiting all the libraries around my neighborhood, and saving up an eight-month emergency fund. My list from last year included buying a condo, getting LASIK eye surgery, and going out with friends once a week. Other ideas many include: sky diving, dating online and dieting.

4. Read Psychic Blogs

There’s great advice to be found in these blogs that range from workplace to dating tips. Make sure you’re subscribed to the newsletter so that you receive a daily email from California Psychics with blogs, horoscopes, and much more helpful information. I like to start my day by reading my Virgo horoscope and absorbing all the helpful stories, perspectives, and guidance presented on there.

“It feels to me as if my greatest psychic gift is to help people to find their way out of the confusion and chaos by helping them see” the overall situations or understand what the other people involved are ‘actually’ thinking!” – Yemaya ext. 5143

5. Treat Your Body Better

You don’t have to diet and work out daily, but you should try to improve your health habits overall. For example, eliminate toxic items like sodas, cigarettes and fast food. Then commit to doing any physical activity for thirty minutes a day.

6. Invest Your Money Wisely

Make your money work for you through a retirement account, savings account, certificates of deposit, or stock market. Spend your money where it will increase in value. Clothing, shoes, DVDs – these are all things we buy that typically lose value. Make this year more financially rewarding by adjusting your spending habits. You don’t need to be rich to invest. Start small by opening a savings account with $50. There are many online-only banks that offer accounts with no minimum deposits and high interest rates.

“A psychic sees things from the outside perspective. We as humans have a difficult time stepping outside the box and looking at things from a very neutral standpoint.” – Lacy ext. 5494

7. Go Back to School on Nights or Weekends

Consider going back to school to get that diploma, degree, or certificate you’ve thought about getting. Even if you do not need it right now, it may give you a lot of satisfaction to have something new and valuable to add to your resume and curriculum vitae.

8. Buy a New Electronic Device

Figure out what electronic upgrade you can make that will make your life better. This could be a new television, cell phone, kindle, iPod, printer, Blu-ray player, et cetera.

9. Spoil Your Pet

Take your pet to the vet to get an annual check-up, shots, and grooming. If you don’t have a pet, consider getting one. Pets are great companions that will make you look forward to coming home from work each and every day.

10. Start Planning a Birthday Bash

It’s never too early to start planning for the big day. Reserve a hip spot, make a Facebook invite, and look forward to your party. Consider having a unique theme. For example, I had my last birthday party at the Library Bar in downtown LA, and all my friends dressed up as librarians, bookworms or nerds to celebrate my new job at a library.

11. Update Your Wardrobe

Go through your clothes and remove any items that are outdated, worn out, do not fit, or you simply never wear. Then, make a list of any items you should add to your wardrobe, such as a little black dress, a raincoat, or boots. Keep this list in your purse for easy access next time you go shopping.

12. Read More

Go to your favorite bookstore and buy three books. One could be a classic, such as J.D. Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye. The second one could be a popular fiction book, such as Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games. And, the third one could be a helpful nonfiction book, such as Thomas Stanley and William Danko’s The Millionaire Next Door. Reading more will provide you more intelligent conversation topics and wisdom.

You may do these twelve activities in any order. Perhaps, try one new idea every month to keep improving all year long. Happy New Year!

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6 thoughts on “12 Ways to Make Your Life Suck Less

  1. Marina

    @Michelle — There were several suggestions that were free: read psychic blogs, treat your body better, reconnect with old friends, and read more books. There were also several suggestions for how to make more money: invest wisely, go back to school, and get a psychic reading. The wardrobe update asked one to throw out clothes and make a wish list of items to buy. The rest of the suggestions cost some money. Overall, a well-balanced article. Maybe try focusing on what you can do and not what you can’t do. Number 13 should be “Have a more positive outlook” to make your life suck less.

  2. Michelle

    These ideas are great for those people with good-paying stable jobs. I would love to buy a new condo and new electronic devices if I felt I could spare the money. I would love to throw a birthday bash if I had family around me. I would love to sky dive if I was not getting help for clinical anxiety. Please write an article for people who do not fit into this wonderful mold. However, when I get over my problems, I will surely do these things. Lol.

  3. Mark Taylor UK

    Thank you for this article, yet another affirmationof doing something positive!………… I have gone through the mill lately, and one way of me holding on to my sanity was to set myself little goals or treats, like cleaning up, tidyness, walking the dog, grooming him, buying things as I afford them, no not a £10,000 car or exotic holiday, but small things for my new home, as I am starting out again, I have learned to cook properly!!! well they say men are the best cooks!…………., keeping my small garden in trim, all these things are simple as I am not someone who can afford to simply splash out and buy whatever I want when I want I am learning the value and appreciating it all the more, If ( when) I win the lottery I will find that hard, as I would be out of my comfort zone staright away (tips required here)! I wa told by a Clairvoyant recently that life is only giving me what I need when I need it, so I guess I am learning to be thanfull for that and appreciate this more so. One item No2 Melody Lee wrote was reconnect with the one you love!! I have been through fate I believe forced to reconnect with my mother who abandoned me when I was young, I ran away from dealing with this and truth be told felt angry and sorry for myself, it is through a set of circumstances I would never of imagined we have been reconciled, now I will not say that it has been a fairy tale ending but I have learned to come to terms with why, and how it happened, it was just the way life was then and it was a journey I accepted I had to take, in doing so I met my wife and bought up two step children and semi adopted my step son’s best friend who like me was living a dangerouse and bewildering life, the message I am writing here is we have to put positives into our negatives and use them to the best we can, I have built bridges with my mother and in a way I am sure fate pushed us together, her for her sorrow and regret, me for my anger and bewilderment to be better understood and reconciled, my mother is doing, and has helped me when things got tough recently, I am sure fate put this in place to give her an opportunity to settle her past and me to be noble and accept that life happens and be a man and forgive. Iten No4 Melody Lee wrote was read Pychic Blogs, well I do and it has helped me to observe and learn that I am not alone in my world, and the only way for me to develop is to open my mind and educate myself by reading and participating in these blogs which is a healing on its own. great article melody. keep going your helping!

  4. Gina Rose ext.9500GIna Rose ext.9500

    From one Virgo to another……nice article, Melody….

    although, personally speaking, I would not jump out of a small plane to go sky diving for 10 million dollars in small unmarked bills…. LOL LOL
    …… I go fishing…LOVE to fish and since I live in a rural mountain area that suits me fine.

    I also sit on the board of a no kill animal shelter .Keeps me busy.

  5. Tonya

    Thank you for this post! It has come at a pivotal moment for me ~ there are more words I want to say, but cannot find them at the moment…so Thank you, thank you, thank you!


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