Looking Forward to a Bright New Year
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Looking Forward to a Bright New Year

December 22, 2023 by Pathforward
Taking the time to set your intentions can help you go into the new year with hope and confidence.
Taking the time to set your intentions can help you go into the new year with hope and confidence.

What's your New Year's resolution for next year? Maybe you want to eat healthier, earn a promotion, or get your finances under control. Whatever your goal, all resolutions have one thing in common: hope. The new year represents a fresh start — a chance to turn the page and write a new chapter of your story. Let's make it a good one, shall we? Keep reading to learn more about how you can harness the power of hope to plan your next year with confidence — like the absolute queen you are.

Engage in Self-Reflection

The new year provides a natural opportunity for self-reflection. On or around Jan. 1, take some time to reflect on the past year. Maybe you had the best year of your life, or maybe the last year did you worse than Justin did Britney. Either way, allow yourself the time and space to reflect on the past. Acknowledge what happened over the last year and accept that you cannot change it.

As part of your self-reflection, it's also important to look forward to the next year. Consider what you want to accomplish in the next 12 months. What do you want your future self to look like? While you plan your New Year's resolutions, make sure they align with your core values. For example, if you value your family above all else, you might set a resolution to start a new family tradition this year, such as Friday movie nights.

Express Your Gratitude

One of the best ways to enter a new year with optimism and positivity is by expressing gratitude for what you have. Even if your last year can only be described as a dumpster fire, you can find something to be grateful for. Make a list, or spend some time journaling about what you appreciate most in your life. Here are some ideas to get you started:

  • Your family and friends.
  • Your physical health.
  • Your emotional and spiritual well-being.
  • Your job.
  • Your home.
  • Your freedom.
  • The kindness of a stranger.
  • A beautiful sunset.
  • A good book.
  • A hot cup of tea or coffee.

As you enter the new year, expressing gratitude for what you have can show the universe you value what's most important in life. This positive energy may come back to reward you in the next year.

Set Intentions for the Year

Maybe you don't like New Year's resolutions (they always fail by February anyway, right?) That's OK. Instead, set your intentions for the next year. While a resolution focuses on an external goal you want to achieve, an intention has a more internal focus. It defines the way you want to feel, think, or behave. For example, you may have an intention of being more in tune with your spirituality.

Often, goals and intentions work together. For example, if your intention is to feel less stressed, you might set a goal of meditating for 10 minutes each day. You can also work backwards from a goal to find your intention. For example, if you have a goal to run a marathon, ask yourself how you'll feel when you've crossed the finish line. Use that feeling to set your intentions for the new year.

Know Your People

It's easy to feel hopeful about achieving your resolutions on Jan. 2. A few weeks later, however, it might be a completely different story. Share your goals and intentions with people who will remind you to stick with them, even after you've turned the calendar to a new month. Whether you call them accountability partners, hope buddies, or just your people, make sure they know your motivations. When you experience a moment of weakness or a crisis of confidence, they can build you up and remind you that you're worth the work it takes to achieve your goals.

Seek Psychic Guidance

The future is filled with a lot of unknowns — that's just a fact. Fortunately, there are ways you can navigate the unknown terrain of a new year with more confidence. Seek psychic guidance as you plan your next year and set your intentions. At PathForward, our intuitive Psychic Advisors can provide insights into your future over the next year.

A Psychic can help you set goals and intentions that align with your path. They can offer helpful advice about the challenges you may experience in the next year so you can identify ways to navigate them like a boss. A Psychic Advisor can also help you work through past hurts or challenges if you're having trouble letting go of the last year.

Most importantly, if you're feeling nervous or anxious about a new chapter in your life, a PathForward Psychic can provide guidance on the path to take. With a psychic reading, you can feel a greater sense of control over your future, enabling you to move forward with positivity and hope.

Be Kind to Yourself

No one is perfect — not even Beyoncé. Be kind to yourself as you enter the new year. Sure, it would be nice to achieve all your resolutions, but it's fine if you don't. It's more important that you continue to grow and move forward, consistently working to become the best possible version of yourself. While the new year is a popular time to make goals, you have the power to create a new beginning at any point, not just on Jan. 1. Give yourself grace as you turn the page and start the next chapter of your big, wonderful life.

Love 'em or hate 'em, it's hard not to think about resolutions as the new year approaches. With some proactive planning, you can set your intentions for the next year and feel hopeful as you move into the next season of your life. At PathForward, we can provide thoughtful, personalized support on your journey. Our Psychics not only provide intuitive insights, but they also offer life advice, spiritual guidance, and emotional support. Schedule a reading for the new year, and we'll work together to make sure 2024 is your best year yet.


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