Out with the Old, In with the Fun: RaeRae & Bo’s 11 No-Mores for 2024

Out with the Old, In with the Fun: RaeRae & Bo’s 11 No-Mores for 2024
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Hey there, fabulous friends! RaeRae and Bo here, bringing you a sprinkle of humor and a dash of real talk. As we wave goodbye to 2023 and say ‘hello, gorgeous!’ to 2024, we’ve been doing some thinking. You know, the kind that happens when you’re sipping your favorite drink and pondering life’s mysteries – like why do socks always disappear in the laundry?

Leaving Things Behind

It feels like we’ve been in a rinse-and-repeat version of 2020 since that particular year. And oh boy, we’ve had a few hard life lessons. Therefore, we’ve all got a list of things we’d rather not carry into the new year (and no, we’re not just talking about those extra holiday treats). It’s about the habits, fears, and, let’s face it, sometimes even people, who just don’t sparkle with our vibe anymore. So, we put together our own little list – a ‘no-more list’ for 2024, if you will.

To 2024 and Beyond!

Get ready to nod, laugh, and maybe even shout ‘I feel seen!’ as we dive into the top 10 things we’re all leaving behind in 2023. From the overused ‘yes’ to underused self-care, we’re keeping it light-hearted but oh-so-real. Let’s make 2024 the year of more joy, authenticity, and, of course, fabulousness. So, without further ado, let’s roll out the red carpet for our not-so-sentimental farewells to 2023!

The No-More List/Goals for 2024

  1. Unsupportive Friends (Bye, Felicia!)
    • “Remember those friends who ghosted us during our karaoke nights? Yep, we’re leaving them in 2023. Karaoke is sacred, folks!”
  2. The Fear of the Block Button
    • “This year, we’re treating the block button like confetti at a party. Annoying comment? Block! Spam DM? Block! Bye-bye, negativity!”
  3. Saying ‘Yes’ When We Really Mean ‘No’
    • “No more saying ‘yes’ to events that feel like a dentist appointment. 2023 is all about embracing our inner ‘Nah, I’m good, thanks.'”
  4. Skipping Self-Care Sundays
    • “Missing out on self-care Sundays was a 2023 no-no. This year, our face masks and bubble baths are non-negotiable.”
  5. Not Prioritizing Rest (Workaholics Anonymous, Anyone?)
    • “We’re leaving the ‘all work, no play’ mantra behind. 2024 is about balance – because frankly, naps are life.”
  6. Ignoring Our Mental Health
    • “Last year, we sometimes put our mental health on the back burner. This year, it’s front and center – like Bo’s DJing skills at a party.”
  7. Fear of Trying New Things (Hello, Salsa Dancing!)
    • “We’re ditching the fear of looking silly trying something new. Salsa dancing, here we come – apologies in advance to each other’s toes.”
  8. Overthinking Every. Single. Thing.
    • “In 2023, our brains had more tabs open than a browser in a tech startup. This year, we’re closing some of those tabs.”
  9. The Diet Culture Rollercoaster
    • “We’re leaving diet fads in 2023. This year, we’re all about that balanced life. Pass the veggies – and the cupcakes!”
  10. Not Valuing Our Own Worth
    • “Last year, we sometimes forgot how awesome we are. This year? We’re remembering our worth with every fabulous step we take.”
  11. Fear of Others’ Perception (Living Our Best Unapologetic Life)
    • “Gone are the days when we fretted over what others think of us. In 2024, we’re all about living our truth, unapologetically. So what if we dance like nobody’s watching and love like it’s going out of style? This year, we’re embracing our authentic selves, and we’re loving every second of it. Here’s to being unashamedly us!”

There you have it, folks – our top 11 list of what’s staying in 2023. This year is all about joy, health, and embracing the quirky, beautiful life we share. What are you leaving behind? Drop a comment and let’s bid adieu to the old and hello to the predictable but curious new!”

We nearly forgot to mention communication is key! Especially with yourself! To facilitate this we are using the Year Compass. Find out about it here!

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