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New Year New Mindset: How to Prioritise Your Wellbeing in 2023

Updated on 01/01/2023

Gratitude and Positive Self-Talk

Talking down on yourself is so out this 2023, from now, on we talk to ourselves like we would to our best friend. Practicing positive self-talk increases self-confidence, improves quality of life, and fosters an optimised attitude towards the future.  Be sure to express your gratitude for daily life so you can enhance an abundance of blessings and happiness.


Meditation is a significant way to rid sad or anxious thoughts and unwanted feelings. You’re able to pay attention in the present moment and be made self-aware. There are many videos online you can use to guide you through the practice. Just 5 minutes of your day can make all the difference, become the best version of yourself.


We all know exercise is good for us, so why do we tend to steer away from it? A part of that is because a lot of us find going to the gym tedious, and it can especially be discouraging and daunting when you go alone or you’re unsure what to do. There so many other forms of exercise out there which could be the most beneficial for you. This year, we challenge you to find a form of exercise which you genuinely enjoy. There’s pilates, workout classes, dance workouts and many more! Exercising releases serotonin and that exactly what we aspire to achieve this winter.


What Is a Mindset and Why It Matters

Updated on 10/08/2022

Your mindset is a set of beliefs that shape how you make sense of the world and yourself. It influences how you think, feel, and behave in any given situation.


There are two basic mindsets: fixed and growth. If you have a fixed mindset, you believe your abilities are fixed traits and therefore can't be changed. You may also believe that your talent and intelligence alone leads to success, and effort is not required.

If you have a growth mindset, you believe that your talents and abilities can be developed over time through effort and persistence.

Fixed Mindset

Either I’m good at it or I’m not.

That's just who I am. I can't change it.

If you have to work hard, you don't have the ability.

If I don’t try, then I won’t fail.

That job position is totally out of my league.

Growth Mindset

I can learn to do anything I want.

I'm a constantly evolving work in progress.

The more you challenge yourself, the smarter you become.

I only fail when I stop trying.

That job position looks challenging. Let me apply for it.

What Is My Mindset?

Do you have a fixed or growth mindset? To find out, start by reading the following statements and decide which ones you agree with most:

  1. You're born with a certain amount of intelligence and it isn't something that can be changed.
  2. No matter who you are, there isn't much you can do to improve your basic abilities and personality.
  3. People are capable of changing who they are.
  4. You can learn new things and improve your intelligence.
  5. People either have particular talents, or they don't. You can't just acquire talent for things like music, writing, art, or athletics.
  6. Studying, working hard, and practicing new skills are all ways to develop new talents and abilities.

If you tend to agree most with statements 1, 2, and 5, then you probably have a more fixed mindset. If you agree most with statements 3, and 4, 6, however, then you probably tend to have a growth mindset.