January is coming to an end, and many of us are settling into our busy routines. If you’re like me, you’re probably already working away on your resolutions and goals for the New Year. Many of my goals have often centered on getting better at or doing more of something I’m already working on. Yet regardless of what time of year it is, or what I’m already doing, it’s always a good time to start something new.
Learning and doing new things are physically and emotionally healthy.
Whether you’re 30, 50, or 70, it’s never too early or too late to try something new. It could be something small or something big. It could be learning a new skill, taking a class, getting a new job, or whatever. Often, however, we talk ourselves out of trying new things. We probably all use the same excuses: I’m too old, I’m too young, I don’t have time, I don’t have the money, I’m too busy, etc.