Three Ways to Level Up Your Life in 2020

As the year comes to a close, now is a good time to start evaluating your life. Did you achieve everything you wanted this year? Are there things you could do better, are you on the right path? Here are three ways you can level up your life and generally make it better and more fulfilling next year.

Turn your career into a business venture

Are you experienced in your career but tired of working towards someone else’s dream? Then why not start your own business? Maybe you’re a nurse that could start a healthcare business, look at breakthrough physical therapy marketing as an example of promotion. Maybe you’re a lawyer who could start their own firm, or perhaps you work in the beauty industry in some way and are able to set up your own business. Either way, utilising the skills you’ve gained in your career to go in your own direction can give you real control over the way you earn money. You’re the boss so you get to make decisions, rather than be stuck in the confines of a job role created by someone else. 

Set some health goals

The older we get, the more obvious it becomes how important health is. This is because as things start to go wrong, we’re able to appreciate our health more. When you’re young you can ‘get away’ with more in terms of health- late nights, boozy weekends, bad food choices- you might have done this in your youth and felt no negative effects at all. But a few glasses of wine on a Friday night nowadays has you feeling terrible all of Saturday, it tends to happen as we reach our thirties and beyond. Start setting some health goals, maybe you want to reach a certain level in a sport, reach a certain number on the scale, be able to run/ cycle/ row for a particular length of time. Level up yourself by improving your health. Eat better, exercise more, quit bad habits and build good ones. 


Travel is one of the best ways you can spend your time and money. It opens your eyes, gives you new experiences, shows you about the world and the people in it. Travel doesn’t have to all be luxury hotels and five star restaurants, it can be roughing it on the road, staying in motels, on campsites and visiting places you’d never have thought of. Every destination has something to teach you, so go where you can and don’t rule anywhere out. If you’re on a tight budget, check out last minute deals, if you’re flexible about where you’re prepared to go then it can be a fantastic way to see new places.

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