Our 7-Day Well Challenge will show you how to build on the healthy habits you learned during pandemic life.
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2020 has been a disaster for meeting new people, which is why Per Carlbring's New Year's resolution is to spend next year trying to connect with someone new every day. Carlbring, a professor who heads Stockholm University's Department of Psychology, knows a thing or two about making a New Year's resolution stick. He and his colleagues recently published a peer-reviewed study on the topic.
Apply the power of habit to your annual goals.
Rather than languishing in guilt over my lack of personal progress this year, I’m trying out a whole new approach for 2021. I’m less concerned with what I can add or subtract, and more into vibing with the stuff I already know I love: my stupid little habits. I refuse to ditch them in the new year.
2020 was a rough one. Here’s how to make goals for 2021 that feel both satisfying and doable.
Across the world, there are many ways to ensure good luck: a kiss at midnight. A bowl of black-eyed peas, rice and pork. And, of course, swinging a flaming ball of fire to ward off evil.
You never fully appreciate something until you can’t have it.
That could be the theme for 2021. And when you think of all the things people avoided through the summer — sitting towel-to-towel on a sunny beach, European vacations, concerts, visiting extended family — it seems unfair to now have to avoid the usual fun of New year.
Be specific about the actions you'll take, not just the end you want to achieve.
Toss out your usual list of New Year's resolutions and do things that make the world a better place.
Although this past year has seemed to have lasted an extremely long time, it is still somewhat unreal to me that here we are at the beginning of another new year.
You’re probably more than ready to say goodbye to 2020—do it safely with our guide to New Year’s Eve.
The safest way to celebrate the new year is to celebrate at home with the people who live with you or virtually with friends and family. Staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others.