Some Things to Let Go of

As the year wanes, now is the perfect time to let go of the habits, behaviors and mindsets that are keeping you and your life mediocre and unfulfilled. As you start afresh with the New Year, here are some things that you can commit to let go of along with the passing of this year:

  • complaining
  • laziness
  • procrastination
  • sleeping too much
  • spending countless hours in front of the television
  • being a couch potato
  • running away from change
  • doubting your strength
  • being fearful
  • pursuing the American Dream
  • credit cards
  • the debt that you owe
  • victimhood
  • compulsive use of technology
  • fake food
  • habits and behaviors that steal your time and energy
  • your boring day job
  • the prison of a cubicle
  • conditions that you think will make you happy
  • the relationships that don’t serve you and your higher good
  • the excessive weight that you carry around
  • baggage from the past
  • commitments you don’t have time for
  • ‘busy’ness
  • neglecting the important things and people
  • self-criticism
  • narcissism
  • cheating and taking shortcuts
  • secrecy
  • becoming a slave to someone else and his goals
  • mediocrity
  • hopelessness
  • the monotony of life
  • self-sabotaging behaviors
  • attachments and addictions
  • locking your talents
  • deception of boredom
  • empty friendships
  • your inner scars
  • instant gratification
  • neediness and insecurities
  • the toxicity within you
  • futile excess
  • superfluous stuff
  • the arms of comfort
  • devious calories
  • overthinking and overanalysis
  • painful memories
  • past
  • well-hidden envy
  • competitiveness
  • tardiness
  • mental, physical and spiritual clutter
  • the scarcity mindset
  • excuses
  • being ‘fine’
  • meaningless suffering
  • search for a Savior
  • living a lie
  • silent resentments
  • poor standards
  • codependency
  • expectations and outcomes

Get rid of the old so that you can make space for the new. Your future lies in your hands.

 


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