To live a purposeful and happier lifestyle in this world of uncertainty, tension, and frustration it is important that we start to think of resetting our lives. One of the best decisions you can make as you go along your aging journey is to reset your life, especially if you are struggling to find purpose during this second-act phase of life.

We are at a stage where we must learn, unlearn, and adjust to whatever circumstances we may find ourselves in. There are several ways to reset your life. Some of these are highlighted below.

  • Set new manageable goals: When setting goals, it is very important to write them down. This will push us to act on achieving the goals. And we must also resolve to do something that moves us towards the goal.
  • Make the most of every moment: Time is very elastic and it’s a very important aspect of life. To reset your life you should look at what takes most of your time. Do away with all the bad habits that take away your time and don’t add any value to your life.
  • Accept your past mistakes and focus on the present and the future: There are some things that have happened in the past that you can never change. See these past mistakes as elevators to reset and start a new life.
  • Be true to yourself: Even at this age some of us still have the problem of peer pressure and this really affects our moving forward. You might need to diplomatically move away from friends and family who are not adding value to your life. Surround yourself with people who will support you and be your cheerleaders.

Our mind is one of the most powerful tools that God has given us. So, to be able to reset our lives and create the life that we want, it is very important that we first work on our mindsets.