Between coupons for a store you don’t shop at anymore to that annoying “reminder” to subscribe to another Netflix account, this is energy you don’t need to bring into 2020.
Not only are you helping yourself by clearing some space for a treat yourself shopping spree, but you’re also helping others by donating lightly-worn clothing to organizations that can pass it on.
Even if this is the only productive thing you do all week, there’s nothing like the feeling of fresh, clean sheets to wake up your senses.
Being responsible for something other than yourself makes you feel like a superhero, but if you’re not prepared for a pet or -- gulp -- a child, try it out on a leafy green first.
Write down every professional you need to see and when over the next 12 months, and make those appointments. Even more, stick to them. Playing phone tag with your PCP for weeks on weeks adds unnecessary stress to your daily routines.
There's something so satisfying about ditching the Karens that won’t stop talking about how well their herb gardens are flourishing.
Organizing always makes you feel like you have your sh*t together, and your makeup is a small section you can handle in an afternoon. Plus, expired makeup is no bueno, and you know you should be washing your brushes more often.
New year, new you!
Better late than never, and expressing gratitude after the holidays can go a long way for the people in your life.
We’re hydrating and saving the earth all 2020 long, folks. You’ve been eyeing that Hydro Flask for some time now, so it’s time to bite the bullet. Think about it: Every time you take a sip, you’ll feel like you’re enacting some change.
Either set up a monthly installment or throw a one-time chunk of change toward the elephants or Salvation Army. Doing good for others is doing good for you.
Never seen “Clueless”? Everyone up your butt about “Die Hard”? Get it done, already.
Everyone needs something to look forward to, and even if you still have some money-saving to do, writing out an itinerary or looking at hotels can keep your head in the game.