• Haeshah Z. Davis

Focus on What Matters the Most

It’s a new year, which means it’s time to recharge and start fresh! Use this time to focus on what matters the most, to make the most of your future. You have to start somewhere and now is your chance to spread your wings and fly! Put the self-doubt, guilt, and stress behind you and move along to bigger and better things ahead.

Find some time to focus on what matters most, like yourself. What do you need to do to make sure you put yourself and your needs first? Sit down and reflect on what you’ve done in the past and what you can do to change in the future. You are your main focus, not your best friend who tried to talk you out of doing what’s best for you or your cousin who doesn’t really want to see you succeed.

Leave those struggles behind, don’t bring them into the new year (or new decade if you will) and keep pushing for success all across the board. Those struggles may have been big or small, but find a way to minimize it and then let it go! Journaling is a good way to rid those unwanted thoughts or struggles. This gives you a chance to write it down, reflect, and essentially make peace with it.

Have you been stressing about your graduate studies? Yeah, don’t we all. Prioritize your needs and focus on one or two of them at a time. This would be a great time to looking into services that can help you get through the difficult times. You are not alone and there are successful people who have been in your shoes to guide you along the way.

Cheers to new year ahead and to leave the past in the past and start fresh today! The new decade ahead is the perfect opportunity to focus on what matters the most.

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