2023 Wrapped: Review Template, Daily Checklist and Mindfulness Hack 🎁

Happy New Year friends 👋🏻


Hope we entered 2024 in style. 💃🏻


Thank you all of you. I’m beyond grateful that you care even just the slightest bit what I have to say on emotional health and well-being. Hope this has been helpful to you last year. I’m always rooting for you!


No matter what you think your 2024 is going to be like, let’s focus on what we can control and manage and smash all our goals 🔥

Today in 6 minutes or less, you’ll learn:

✔️ A 5-min science-based list to make your 2024 your best one yet

✔️ How to celebrate achievements and distill lessons in 2023

✔️ My top-rated mindfulness hack

Doable ideas 💭

Dr. Andrew Huberman’s 5-minute protocol to boost motivation, emotional health and goal-seeking behaviour:

Try for one week.


Adopt if you like, pass if you don’t.

Reflections 🪞

This is my favourite season to reflect.


Here’s my annual review ritual: during the final week of the year, I go on a solo day trip with my laptop and journal, sit in the nature with a cup of coffee and go through this long annual review document (thanks, Chris).


Celebrate achievements, distill lessons learnt along the journey, and set new goals for the year.

^ solo 2023 reflection cafe hopping

I credit most of my success to my review system (annual, quarterly, monthly, weekly) as it keeps me on track and focused.


I will make a proper video about how I set goals next month.


For now, let’s spend some time reflecting on how 2023 went and what you want for next year 🍸

Mindfulness 🧘🏻‍♀️

Between you and I: I’m in the process of launching a brand new wellbeing quiz.


While writing about why most of us constantly feel overwhelmed, exhausted and distracted, I was reminded how simple life could be:


Be contented in the present moment.


Accept things as they are.


We don’t need to ruminate or worry.


In a nutshell, if we want to enjoy life and feel more fulfilled, we just need to be here.


And the quickest way to achieve that state is to align our body and mind.


Hence working out is my #1 form of self-care: when I’m in the water, when I’m upside down, when I’m progressively overloading, there is literally no way I can think of anything else without putting myself in some kind of risk.


Just be here.


What kind of mindfulness activity are you going to adopt today?

Ideas Worth Pondering 🧠

5 steps to accomplishing anything: Set goals, identify problems standing in the way, diagnose the root causes of those problems, design plans to get around them, and implement the solutions.
Ray Dalio

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Let’s crush 2024! 🔥