It’s the time of the year when many people make a point of jolting down their new year resolutions, quite popular and very simple, but hard to keep it.
New year’s resolution is whereby a person resolves to change an undesired behavior or trait, to improve their life or accomplish a personal goal.
So now that new year is here, what resolutions are you going to make? We all hope for a better future and blessed year ahead, and to many leaving behind a tough one.
Everyday is a new day and a chance to start new, basically you’re still the same person but because its a tradition why don’t you try to focus and set your mind to work on your resolutions this coming year.
According to research on this topic, more than 65 percent vow to make new years resolutions but only like 10 percent succeed in achieving them.
Interesting facts about new years resolutions is that many people make health-focused resolutions, getting more money while saving a lot.
More than half say they fail before January ends or mid-February.
Below is a list of some resolutions many have on their list, hope you get an effective ways of changing your life for the better and remember the biggest barrier that keeps most people from reaching their goals is the desire to relax and do something fun instead of working hard.
#1 Get in Shape:
Set a fitness goal, and formulate a workout plan. “Exercise more” and “Stay fit and healthy”
#2 Diet or Eat Healthy:
Take small steps each week to improve your nutrition and move toward a healthier you. Eat the right amount of calories and a balanced diet.
#3 Lose Weight:
Choose weight loss-friendly foods, Avoid sugary drinks and become more active;- Don’t sit around all the time, but rather walk and stretch.
#4 Earn More Money:
Use an addition source of Income
#5 Get Out Of Debt:
The road to financial freedom is tough but can be manageable , Plan and pay off debts.
#6 Save Money:
Once you work on your debt control, start saving and having a plan on that savings.
#7 Reduce Stress:
Learn to manage stress and lead a happier, healthier life. Keep positive attitude and accept there are events that you cannot control. Don’t rely on drugs, alcohol or compulsive behaviors to reduce stress.
#8 Be happier with your Life:
Don’t waste your life, enjoy yourself and don’t compare yourself with other people. End each day feeling grateful!
#9 Get Quality Enough Rest:
Getting enough sleep lowers the risk for serious health problems, like diabetes and heart diseases. It reduces stress and improves your mood. Without enough rest its tough to focus.
#10 Stop Being Late all the Time:
Being late sucks! Make it a habit to be on time. Plan yourself early not to be late and understand being late is a product of valuing other things more than valuing being on time.
#11 Face your fears and Insecurities:
There’s good fear and bad fears;- Good fear can help you instinctively protect yourself form harm. Bad fear, like public speaking, fear of flying prevents you from living your dream, face them, create an action plan and seek professional help. Insecurity is a mirror of our deepest fears and like fear, they can sneak into your life and manipulate your success, so identify them, neutralize them and laugh at them.
#12 Spend more time with your family and friends:
Family time is an essential factor that helps to create strong bonds, connections, love and building a strong relationship among the family members. In our modern society, where some of us have to work far from home including working abroad we miss physically being there for them, but the technology has made us to be able to communicate with them and stay in touch. Family time is important to build stronger bonds, kids needs a sense of belonging and security too and as they feel they need someone to turn to, boom! there we are. Or else they join bad company in the hood.
Are these some of resolutions on your personal list? Who Knows – this might be the year that you’ll achieve goals you set for yourself. Have a new year 2020 filled with much success and happiness!