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3 things you can do to kick-start your 2024

The holiday season may be over, but there is so much to look forward to in 2024
/ 05:54 AM January 03, 2024

Now that the holiday season is over, it may be hard to readjust to normalcy. To make the most of the adjustment period, here are some things you can do to help begin your new year

Now that the holiday season is over, it may be hard to readjust to normalcy. To make the most of the adjustment period, here are some things you can do to help begin your new year | Photos from Pexels

The holiday rush has finally come to an end. As soon as the clock struck 12 on the eve of Jan. 1, people may have been having fun welcoming the new year but it came with awareness that they would have to start getting back to work. After all the hustle and bustle of the season, it may be a challenge to get back on track of normalcy right away.

But don’t worry, you don’t have to jump right into the thick of things right away. Take this first week as a transition period and slowly usher in the new year with these tasks.

1. Decluttering

One of the many things that people look forward to during the holiday season apart from the hearty meals shared with loved ones, are the gifts that come along during this season of giving.

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To keep the spirit of sharing alive, many also take wrapping their presents seriously to make them look more presentable. Along with the presents we receive are the waste that comes with unwrapping the gifts as well as the dilemma many face: How to make space for new things?

One of the things you can do as the new year ushers in, is to declutter. This is not only to make space for the gifts you’ve received and for the new things that may come your way this 2024, but it’s also to help clear out some left behind bad energy that comes with the old or unused materials.

It’s time to let go of what no longer serves you, and the new year is the best time to do it.

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It’s time to let go of what no longer serves you, and the new year is the best time to do it

It’s time to let go of what no longer serves you, and the new year is the best time to do it | Photo from Pexels

2. Starting healthier habits

If you catch up with the current internet slang and trends, you might be familiar with what content creators are doing specifically on TikTok now, as they talk about their Ins and Outs for the new year.

Simply put, Ins are things they want to do more of, and Outs are things they want to remove from their current lifestyles. While magazines and media pages have been doing this for a while to determine the literal Ins and Outs for fashion or pop culture trends, content creators are now picking the term up and turning it into another way to make their resolutions.

If you aren’t big on setting goals for yourself for the whole year, maybe you can try identifying your Ins and Outs to start building healthier habits.

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3. Eating leftover holiday food

Now this may not be something most are excited about, but the holidays come with a lot of leftovers and with it the challenge of reducing  food waste. Although it does sound unappealing for some, we can always find ways to innovate using the ingredients we’re left with to turn our holiday meals into something new.

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Although it does sound unappealing for some, we can always find ways to innovate using the leftover ingredients

Although it does sound unappealing for some, we can always find ways to innovate using the leftover ingredients | Photo from Pexels

These may be activities you can do any time, but turning a new leaf during the new year is a great marker to start introspecting and making efforts to welcome new possibilities with a fresh and clean slate.

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