As we approached this new year, we decided to ask our authors to look back at something they learned in 2017 and to look forward with a suggestion. Resolutions are often running out of steam about now. You might find some ideas here to support making 2018 a great year.
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Positive Psychology News has a tradition of pulling together thoughts for the New Year, remembering that many people are taking stock and making resolutions. As you look ahead, perhaps the ideas below will help you find ways to make your life more happy and healthy. We also recommend that you follow Alicia’s lead and look back at 2016. What worked especially well then? What do you want to make sure you do more of in 2017?
Today the authors and editors of PPND share some suggestions for starting off the new year. As Orin Davis mentions in his recent article, different people need different approaches. We hope at least some of these thoughts help you think positively about starting a new year appreciatively, with self-compassion, and effectiveness. May we all move closer to the goal of flourishing in 2011.