31 Ways to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

31 Inspired Days

Happy New Year! It’s 2013—a new year and a clean slate. Exciting, isn’t it?

So what’s on your 2013 new year’s menu? Do you want to be less stressed, get more organized, stop smoking, exercise, eat right or start a blog? If you’ve made resolutions before and didn’t see them through past President’s Day, these 31 ways to keep your resolutions should help you keep them a reality. Being human means sometimes falling off the resolution wagon. But take it one day at a time, never give up and reward yourself—you’re so worth having the changes you want to manifest in your life. Need help seeing your path ahead? Get a life path reading for 2013 from Psychic Dylan ext. 5495.

While working on your resolutions, follow these 31 positive daily actions to help you keep on track, no matter what your resolutions are. Print them or bookmark them and take them with you on your smartphone!

Day 1: Envision your goal/resolution.

Day 2: Prepare. Get ready for change.

Day 3: Your positive affirmation is “I am worth it.”

Days 4: Clear clutter. It helps clear the mind.

If you made it past day three, you’ve just increased your chances of success by about 40%. Kudos!

Day 5: Take a walk. You’re still clearing the mind.

Day 6: Appreciate, It’ll set your mind into positive mode.

Day 7: Reflect. Where were you and where will you be?

Awesome, you’ve made it! Just a week ago you weren’t even sure you’d make it here, but you did.

Day 8: You’re practically a professional now, but don’t rest on your laurels.

Day 9: You need visible evidence. Keep a New Year’s Resolution calendar.

Day 10: Meditate and take some “me time.”

Day 11: Be thankful.

Day 12: Your next positive affirmation is “I can make this happen.”

Day 13: Get excited! Each day is a new day.

Day 14: You’re two weeks in. You have a new way of life.

Day 15: Blog about your resolution success.

“Your intuition is always correct. Just write it down before your over-thinking buries it.” – Psychic Alison ext. 9885

Day 16: Help someone else with their resolution.

Day 17: Be grateful.

Day 18: Do something spontaneous.

Day 19: Tell a stranger about your resolution (but don’t stalk anyone).

Day 20: Hey, is that you in that mirror? Why yes, it is!

Day 21: Add an entry to your blog. Tweet it.

Awesome! It’s the three-week mark! It’s a journey, and you’re well on your way.

Day 22: Buy yourself a little something. You’ve earned it.

Day 23: It’s not just a resolution; it’s a way of life.

Day 24: Oh heck, why not… bubble bath!

Day 25: From resolution to reality—that’s you.

“When someone is wanting to make a positive resolution for the new year, it is always a good sign!” – Psychic Jesse ext. 9027

Day 26: Dance to music while making dinner.

Day 27: Call an old friend.

Day 28: Volunteer for a day.

Day 29: Write another blog post and answer any comments. You’re helping people.

Day 30: Your new positive affirmation is “I knew I could do it.”

Day 31: Congratulate yourself! You’ve made it through all 31 ways to keep your new year’s resolution.

It’s been an entire month of taking positive steps and making positive changes. You can take it from here—positively.

If you’re feeling less positive about your path ahead, reconnect to your empowered self with a reading from Psychic Chastity ext. 5403.

2 thoughts on “31 Ways to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

  1. LJ Innes

    Tracy – just wondering how you’re doing as we approach the end of January – sorry I didn’t write earlier, but I thought about your inspiring words every day. Let me know.
    Love and Starlight

  2. Tracy

    Great article and great advice, that I am going to try out. My New Years resolution is to be more positive and to find out what I need to do to stay positive. I’ve been surrounded by negativity all of my life and it needs to end. I want to be happy and live a good life, but something always gets in the way, my negativity, but no more. I am going to stay positive and be happy even if it kills me. I look forward to reading your emails every day, it is the first one that I read every morning. It helps me put things in perspective and puts me in a better frame of mind. Thanks again for the great advice.

    your faithful reader,


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