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Welcome to 2024, a year brimming with possibilities and opportunities for self-discovery and growth. As you start on this new chapter, it’s the perfect time to embrace the ‘new year, new you’ mantra and make resolutions that set the stage for a successful journey ahead. Longevity Live Paid Content. 

A Guide To Success in 2024 

Buckle up for a guide that’s all about making 2024 your year of epic wins.

Make a Vision Board

To get your vision board going, all you need are magazines, scissors, glue, and a board. Flip through the magazines, cut out images and words that resonate with your goals, and arrange them on your board. Once you’re done, you can stick it on your wall so you always have a visual reminder to help you manifest your dreams.

Make a Bucket List

A bucket list is more than just a checklist; it’s a guide to making sure your year isn’t wasted. 

All you need to do is grab a notebook and a pen, but if you’d prefer to do things more digitally, you can look out for some bucket list apps. Much like traditional bucket lists, all you need to do is make a list of what you’d like to experience, places you want to travel, and things you want to achieve. 

Start Journaling

Getting into journaling is a smart move for your 2024 game plan. It gives you a spot to jot down your thoughts and helps you handle the twists and turns of university life.

To get into journaling, first decide if you want a paper journal or try out some e-journal apps on your phone or tablet. Spend a few minutes each day jotting down your thoughts, goals, and experiences. Writing stuff down, whether with a pen or on a keyboard, can help you understand yourself and your journey – plus, when it’s time to look back, you’ll be able to see all the progress you’ve made. 

Try Meditating

Meditation is a great way to clear your mind, lower stress, and boost your well-being. It’s a pause button that helps you stay grounded amid all the busy and wacky things happening around you.

To kick start your meditation journey, we highly recommend that you check out meditation guides on apps like Calm – they have a whole host of sessions so you can pick whether you want something quick or more in-depth. We also recommend you try listening to ASMR for a gentle way to turn off your brain.

Get organized

One way to get ahead in 2024 is to start being a bit more organized. Getting organized means that you take some stress out of your life. 

While you can use traditional planners, tools like Notion and OneNote can make things easier. It’s like having a personal assistant! What’s great about the apps is that you can make your sections and chapters. If you’re looking for student housing, you can create a section like student accommodation Coventry, and fill it with a list of all the places you’ve seen online. 

Start a Healthy Sleep Routine

A good night’s sleep is essential for students, especially when your brain is constantly working hard to absorb new concepts and pieces of information 24/7. As well as giving your brain a boost, quality sleep can also help to improve your mood – studies even show that sleeping less than 5 hours a night can put you at higher risk of depression!

Experiment with different things to find your ideal sleep routine. Whether it’s using sleep masks, listening to white noise, or taking a calming evening walk.

Learn a New Language

Fancy boosting your brainpower, memory, and cultural knowledge? Learning a new language can do exactly that!

For a more relaxed and interactive approach to language learning, we suggest checking out your app store for some fun apps.

Here’s to hoping this blog inspires you to set up your 2024 to be the year of success. Remember, the key to a successful year is to achieve your goals and enjoy the little moments. Balancing self-care, enjoying your university experience and, of course, attending lectures and tutorials, will help make your year a fulfilling one. 

Who is the author?

Frances Turner

Frances Turner has experience in marketing. She has spent the last 8 years working within the accommodation sector.

In her current role as Marketing Director for CA Ventures, she oversees the marketing strategy for Novel Student’s European platform, with properties in the UK, Ireland & Spain.
Frances Turner

Frances Turner

Frances Turner has experience in marketing. She has spent the last 8 years working within the accommodation sector. In her current role as Marketing Director for CA Ventures, she oversees the marketing strategy for Novel Student’s European platform, with properties in the UK, Ireland & Spain.

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