New Years Resolutions
Sure, temptations are everywhere this holiday season (food! drinks! treats!), but whatever your vice is, it’s time to plan a new year’s resolution to kick that monkey right off of your back. Most people believe that January 1st is the best day to begin a new years resolution, however, there’s at least one good reason to choose an appropriate day after that.
New Year’s Day is a holiday and many will not be successful keeping any self-made promises for that day. Thus, the resolution is broken before it has begun. Depending on your schedule, you’re better off choosing a day after the first, within the first two weeks in January.
Top New Year's Resolutions
The New Year has us reflecting on the past and looking forward to the coming year. Everyone has something they’d like to change, whether it’s physical or mental. Only those who acknowledge a problem will have a chance at success. One thing’s for sure, none of them are easy to accomplish yet it’s certainly possible with some strong determination. You have to be willing to make sacrifices but the rewards are many. Sometimes, when you resolve one problem, you alleviate another. The following is a list of the top, most popular New Year’s resolutions.
There’s no surprise here. If you didn’t have a weight problem before the holidays, you might now. Regardless, most of us could resolve to eat healthy and exercise regularly.
Hopping on the wagon will help serious drinkers to get their life in order, but also cut down on calories that add extra weight to the mid-section. Beer belly no more.
Not only is smoking dangerous, it’s downright expensive. Kick the habit and you’ll immediately save money while your health improves.
Get Out of Debt
Getting out of the red means giving up some finer things in life and perhaps some vices that are costly. Giving up one may help solve another.
Manage Time Better
Time management is crucial to being more productive. Once you learn to focus, you’ll have more quality time to spend with family and friends. This leads to better relationships and ultimately, a happier life.