Transitioning Towards a New SeasonSeptember 1, 2021 1:00 pm
With the summer officially coming to an end, school starting back up, and a new season on the horizon we are all transitioning into something fresh. Starting something fresh can be exciting, full of possibilities, and provide endless opportunities that could lead to other new things. But starting something fresh can also bring worry, questions, and uncertainty. Here are a few tips to make the best of this fresh start:
- Set Goals
- We have mentioned this before: you can’t measure your progress without setting a goal! By setting a goal we are saying to ourselves, “I can improve upon where I am now,” and you are committing to bettering yourself. Make sure to set smart, measurable, attainable, reasonable, and timely goals!
- Create a routine
- When kicking off a new season, a new school year, or a new sport many things are new or fresh. By creating a routine and sticking with that routine your body and brain will naturally familiarize themselves with the new activity or surroundings in your life. Make sure you have a solid, and consistent routine to put your mind in a good place!
- Try new things and aim to grow
- A new beginning is an opportunity to grow. We as humans best grow when we are uncomfortable. We are often uncomfortable when we are trying new things, or putting ourselves in new situations. Go out there and be uncomfortable. If you try something you don’t like, great, you learned about something new that you don’t like! If you try something you like, great, you’ve found something new! Get out there and try new things. Remember to never stop growing!
Hopefully, we are all adjusting to a new season of life seamlessly. If you ever feel yourself struggling to get back into things, you are not alone! Just make sure you take a step back, think of a goal, establish a routine, and try new things. You’ll be ready to go in no time!
This post was written by Joe Young