The Value of a Fresh Start

As we’re coming into the New Year, it’s always worth taking a fresh look at things and considering the ways that you can refine what you are doing, scrap things that don’t make sense, and of course try something new.

No matter where you fall on the spectrum from keeping your life the same to totally upending it, it’s worth figuring out a couple of ways to give yourself a fresh start in the coming year.

Maybe you kicked some serious butt in the past year and accomplished almost everything you wanted to get done. A fresh start is a good reminder that nothing is given in the coming year, and that one good year doesn’t guarantee anything in the next one.

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Start 2020 Right!

You’ve got a couple days to go before 2020 kicks off! Whether you’ve thought a lot about your goals for the coming year or haven’t even had a chance with the holiday bustle, we’ve got you covered with our guide on how to make sure it gets off to a good start.

Set a Big Picture Vision For Yourself

This sounds very guru-esque, but we want you to picture what you think is the best version of yourself. How is that different from who you are today? What is your best version focused on? How would they spend their time?

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WeAchieve: A Habit Tracker Like No Other

There are a lot of habit tracking tools out there for you to choose from: Strides, Way of Life, Productive, Momentum, Streaks,, and more.

Maybe you’ve checked some of these out, maybe you haven’t, but we want to share what makes WeAchieve different from all of the other options out there. The fact of the matter is this: every tracker has its own twist on things, and you should try to find the one that appeals the most to you.

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Shatter Your Limits

I never thought I would run a marathon.

Sure, other people did it, but I wasn’t a runner and it just didn’t seem like something I could do. I had never run more than 2 or 3 miles at a time in my life, and 26.2 seemed a long way off. Even though it had an allure (my dad had run a couple back in the day), I just didn’t think I’d be able to do it – I just wasn’t a runner.

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