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As the old year comes to a close, it’s natural to feel a mix of emotions. 

On one hand, you may be excited about the fresh start and new opportunities that the new year brings. 

On the other hand, saying goodbye to the old year can also be bittersweet, as we reflect on the memories and experiences we had over the past 12 months.

One way to approach the end of the year is to take some time to reflect on your personal growth and accomplishments. 

What did you achieve over the past year? 

What challenges did you overcome? 

It’s important to celebrate your successes, no matter how big or small, and to be proud of yourself for the progress you’ve made.

At the same time, it’s also important to acknowledge and process any negative experiences or setbacks you may have had over the past year. 

It’s okay to feel a sense of loss or sadness as you say goodbye to the old year, and it’s important to allow yourself to feel and process these emotions.

If it was a hard year, now is a good time to think through the things that were difficult and release them. Are you harboring blame, anger, and resentment? 

You don’t have to take those negative emotions into the new year with you… process them, let them go, and leave them in the past.

Another way to say goodbye to the old year is to spend time with loved ones and friends, either in person or virtually. 

This is a great opportunity to connect with people you care about and to reflect on the past year together. You could also consider hosting a small gathering or party to celebrate the end of the old year… or incorporate a release of the old year in your New Year’s Eve party.

Finally, don’t forget to take care of yourself as you say goodbye to the old year and welcome the new one. 

This may mean taking some time for self-care activities like exercise, meditation, or simply relaxing and unwinding. 

Saying goodbye to the old year can be a time of mixed emotions… 

But it’s an excellent time to reflect on your personal growth and accomplishments, as well as to process any negative experiences or setbacks. 

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