Another year has reached its full, and 2020 was an eventful year for all. Setting up Resolutions for New Years is not something new,a lot of people do it and actually abide by it. But let's just face it most of the times we just forget what it was or just could not keep up with the pace of the year.
nothing could be more accurate
Recently, came across this concept of Yearly Themes, which basically just means: You set a theme that describes a change in your life or something you want to reflect on or explore in a season or year.
Basically, you keep the theme at the back of your head for the Year or a season and it steers to your set path and helping you make the right decisions.
I picked my theme for 2021: health
2020 has been very difficult for all of us. A year not like the others, staying home and you know the pandemic.
Sitting all day(most days) in my chair with hardly any movement. I want to seriously focus on my health and make decisions which will make me healthy, going pro-health overall.
The best part about setting a theme is that, unlike a goal, I can't really fail at it, its a nudge.
Also want to work smartly and removing all the unnecessary stuff that stresses me out and in turn affects my health. As themes provide a broad idea of what I want to achieve in the year, I can branch out and concentrate on slowing down work-wise and being more present, recalibrating and enjoying.
This year a lot of decisions have gone into being lazy and unhealthy eating choices. I want to rectify those and move towards more of a healthy approach to lead my life. Sitting for long hours on my chair, since working from home, had really affected my lower back and increased neck pains. I want to cut back on my sitting hours and focus on exercising a bit more than usual.
The uncertain future has kept me up a lot of nights. Another big change I want to bring is focused on a healthy sleeping schedule as I have seen it does help with keeping a healthy state of my body.
Do you have a theme for your year? If so, what is it? Do share it.