5 New Year’s Resolutions You Can Actually Stick To

For many, the new year signifies a time of change and hopeful prosperity, marking the perfect opportunity to reevaluate your past mistakes and set your sights on some new goals. But, sometimes those goals can fade into the background a few months later. According to a study conducted by the University of Scranton, only 8 percent of people achieve their New Year’s goals. We composed a list of five lifestyle changes you can actually keep through 2020:

Stand more often

Sitting for extended periods of time can be detrimental to your health. Set aside 10 minutes of every hour to stand or walk around and get your limbs in motion, to benefit your physical and mental health.

Prioritize quality sleep

While sleep requirements vary from person to person, the National Sleep Foundation recommends adults get seven to nine hours of sleep per night to function at their best. To make this possible, cut off all electronics before bed, such as TVs, smartphones and all sorts of gadgets with glowing lights and beeping alerts.

Be more self-reliant

A new year is the perfect time to become more dependent on yourself rather than others. This can mean learning to live a sustainable lifestyle or be more in tune with nature.

Learn something new every day

Take each day as an opportunity to learn something new. Whether that be learning a new skill, hobby or searching for a tutorial online. Knowledge is power.

Donate more

If you can’t give cash, remember time is money too. Find an organization, from shelters to animal clinics, that need extra hands.

Source: https://bestlifeonline.com/new-years-resolutions/

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