2022 Resolutions to Start Now

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2022 Resolutions to Start Now

Where's Your Passport? - You are not getting any younger, so go ahead and indulge in discovering the world by giving yourself the gift of travel. Break out that passport and explore! By Kellee Terrell  (Photo: Jamie Grill/Tetra Images/Corbis)

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Ready, Set, Go!


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Budget, Budget, Budget

Get Closure - Don't jump into 2022 with a heavy heart. If 2021 brought you heartbreak, leave that negative energy behind. If you're over your ex, but haven't completely healed from the relationship, maybe you need closure. Consider meeting with your former flame at a neutral location to get whatever you need off your chest so you’re able to let go for good. Or maybe it’s a letter to him or to yourself or even a phone call. Trust us, you'll leave feeling relieved afterward.  (Photo: db2staock/Image Source/Corbis)

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Get Closure

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Enroll in a Class - Maybe learning something new is on your agenda for 2016. Whether it's a cooking program, a language class, or you're going back to school altogether — the enrollment period is usually a few months earlier. Don't miss out on the opportunity because you didn't look up the info now. Get on it, girl!  (Photo: Peter Muller/Corbis)

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Enroll in a Class


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Update Your Résumé

Sign Up for a Gym Membership - Starting up your fitness routine in 2022? Sign up for a yoga class or look for a trainer in your area or become a member at your local gym. Paying for something regularly is always a sure way to keep you invested. It will also help you get and keep your workout on schedule.  (Photo: JGI/Jamie Grill/Blend Images/Corbis)

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Sign Up for a Gym Membership

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Reconnect to the Source - Partying year after year can get old. Many places of worship have midnight services on New Year's Eve if you want to start the year off feeling more in tune with your religion or spirituality. If you believe in a higher power, make sure you practice connecting to the source daily. Try downloading a devotional app or praying before bed. (Photo: Hill Street Studios/Blend Images/Corbis)

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Reconnect to the Source

Reach Out to Loved Ones - You may want to spend more time with family and friends in the New Year. Why wait?! Right now is no better time to rekindle relationships that might have been neglected in 2021. Host a reunion at your place, go visit someone you haven't seen in a while, pick up the phone and check on a loved one. It doesn't really matter how you reach out, all that matters is that you do it.  (Photo: Ariel Skelley/Blend Images)

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Reach Out to Loved Ones

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Lose the Excess - The best way to jump-start your resolution to get more organized in 2022 is to trim the excess from your life. Part with items that you really have no use for anymore. Clearing these things out will make it easier to sort through the important stuff later and save you time on your mission to get organized. Donating your things can be a great way to feel good about parting with your belongings.  (Photo: Hero Images/Corbis)

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Lose the Excess

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