Make time for: Actually feeling your emotions.
You go full steam ahead, always making and achieving goals, going on spontaneous adventures. While you might be the fun friend, that doesn’t mean you have to bottle everything up all the time. Vulnerability is cool, too. So feel those emotions in 2023, even if it’s just for yourself.
Make time for: Saying yes to more things.
“No” has become such a well-worn word for you that it comes out so naturally, it’s practically automatic. You know as well as I that your eagerness to say no to new situations has left you missing out on a lot of cool experiences. In 2023, make a resolution to say yes more when opportunities come up.
Make time for: Finding balance.
You can be accused of a lot of things, but being balanced and centered isn’t one of them. Make 2023 your year of balance. Manifest it through your interactions with others (like talking less and listening more) or keeping your emotions less volatile. The people around you will appreciate not getting so much whiplash watching you go back and forth.
Make time for: Letting go of the toxic exes.
Make time for new people in 2023 by cutting out the exes. All the time you’ll save by stopping thinking about that terrible ex could be used on something so much better for you, like weekly brunch trips with friends. When you take away the “my ex was terrible” part of your personality, you’re an absolute treasure to be around.
Make time for: Pumping up your friends.
You always have your moment to shine, but what about the people around you? I’m not saying you should give up the spotlight completely, but everyone will love you all the more if you celebrate how super amazing your circle is. Take every opportunity to prop them up in 2023. Good things will come when you do.
Make time for: Just sitting around and enjoying the view.
You have everything scheduled, but do you ever schedule “me time?” Your happiness is just as important as your chore chart. Prioritize just sitting around, feeling your feelings, breathing in the air, and looking at the view. If you do, you’ll feel some of your stress and worries melt away in 2023.
Make time for: Finishing projects.
You have so many great ideas–you’re a deep well of fun things to do. But how often do you do them? And if you start, do you ever finish? Pick some things you’ve always wanted to do and commit to finish them in 2023. Adventure awaits for the Libra who doesn’t let procrastination hold them back.
Make time for: Becoming vulnerable with trusted friends.
You’re known for your secrets, and you love being the mysterious one. Mystery’s all well and good in moderation, but you’ll find that you’re missing true connections by keeping everyone at arm’s length. Open up to the friends you trust in 2023 to have an even tighter circle of badasses.
Make time for: At-home self-care.
You’re never home. You’d rather be out with your friends. You’re the partier of the zodiac, however that manifests for you. But what suffers is your self-care and relaxation. It’s really easy to ignore what’s missing when you’re always out distracting yourself. Look inward in 2023 and devote time to being home, alone, taking care of yourself.
Make time for: Rest without self-judgement.
Even when you’re home on a Sunday, you often fill your time with tasks and projects or you feel like a failure. Stop expecting so much of yourself. Use 2023 to start exhaling a bit. Not only is it okay to have a day where you do absolutely nothing, but it’s also good for you. Cut yourself slack and relax without judgment.
Make time for: Sharing your interests with people you love.
You can get so focused on your projects or your work that your personal life suffers. In 2023, make more time for the people you love by showing them the things you love as well. A little peek behind the curtain will make those you care about feel a lot more connected to you.
Make time for: Practicing saying “no.”
You often give too much of yourself to others. You’d rather help someone else than turn the attention onto you. And that can mean that some people take advantage of your kindness. Use 2023 to practice saying no. You don’t have to say yes to every favor or give the focus of every conversation to others. You exist, so start acting like it.