New Year’s Resolution Ideas for 2018

Drink MORE Water.

Move more! Sit Less, start daily walks, bike rides or running.

Explore & Travel more. Take camping trips, visit the next town over, go to National Parks.

Volunteer more. Spend time or money improving the community.

Send more handwritten letters.

Call mom/siblings/grandparents more.

Be the one who makes the first move.

Live simply, only buy what is needed.

Prioritize breakfast.

Make sure to eat all your meals!

Try something new:

Yoga, baking, DIY projects, meditation (try guided YouTube videos) or art classes – the list goes on and on.

Quit one bad habit:

It could be nail biting, smoking, eating out of boredom, etc.

Take time for self-care.

Do something nice for yourself once a week; read your favorite book, take a long bath, get your nails done, etc.

Try something that takes you out of your comfort zone

Clean out your email inbox.

Unsubscribe to emails you don’t read.

Take a full day off from social media once a month.

Make your coffee at home & save money.

Clean out your closet.

Donate or sell what you don’t wear.

Try Meatless Mondays.

Go to local, live music concerts.

Swap soda or other sugary drinks for tea.

Try a fitness class;

Water aerobics, spinning, Pilates, hip hop, belly dancing, etc.

Do a little act of kindness daily;

Pay for the person behind you in the drive thru, pay for an expired parking meter, pick up a piece of trash on the ground, etc.

Start your morning with a stretching routine.

Find a workout buddy.

Check out your local farmers and flea markets.

Always use sunscreen, even when it’s cloudy.

Deep clean your laptop or computer keyboard!

Get out all the crumbs and wipe off food stains.

Organize your photos.

Delete duplicates and put them in folders for events, years, months, etc. Make them easy to search for.

Delete apps on your phone that you don’t use.

Put similar apps or ones used often near each other.

Lower your daily sugar intake.

Read at least one book a month.

Get an annual checkup.

When was the last time you went to the doctor?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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