New Year’s resolutions are difficult for many people. In fact, every year less than 10% of people succeed with their resolutions!
But don’t be disheartened; it is certainly possible to succeed with your resolutions. You just need to set positive, realistic resolutions that actually matter!
Here are a few great ideas for New Year’s resolutions that you can actually stick to.
Learn something new every day
If you want to enhance your daily life try learning something new every day. This is very easy; simply subscribe to the Wikipedia Featured Article to receive a new article every day, or consider watching a Crash Course video on YouTube (or a TED talk) every day.
Start a hobby
Hobbies can lower stress levels and boost brain power, so consider starting a hobby that has always interested you (such as yoga or cooking).
There are lots of benefits to eating healthier, and it doesn’t have to be a huge task – simply eating one extra vegetable a day is a great achievement.
Mediation can benefit both your mind and your body, so it is well worth trying out (especially if you would like to reduce your stress levels!)
Buy a holiday home
A holiday home is an excellent way to treat yourself, and it doesn’t have to be expensive; there are lots of affordable park homes for sale Gloucester customers can try such as (www.parkhomelife.com/park_orchardtwigworth.aspx).
Create a business plan
If you want to succeed with your career this year, consider creating a business plan to help you achieve your goals.
Exercise will benefit you in lots of ways, and it doesn’t have to be hard work; take the time to find an exercise that you really enjoy, and you should have a lot of fun!
Try to be more grateful
It can also be useful to try being more grateful, especially if you don’t feel very satisfied with your life. All you need to do is list one thing every day that you are grateful for, and it is likely that you will notice your daily attitude improving!
Cut out procrastination
Didn’t achieve your goals last year? If so, consider cutting out procrastination. Make 2019 the year that you get things done instead of sitting around watching other people achieve things!