The time to make the big decision of what your New Year’s resolution is going to be has come around again. Or if your even going to do one this year.
What should the resolution be? Something important to yourself or something that might help or make others feel better? You could pick the usual and common
resolutions or maybe jump outside of the box and come up with something different that has more many to yourself. Maybe the choice is between health eating healthiter or working out more or to work out and lose weight at a consistent manner.
Common New Year’s Resolutions:
1. Lose Weight
2. Get fit
3. Quit smoking
4. Quit drinking
5. Spend more time with family and friends
6. Simply enjoy life more
7. Get organized
8. Pay off all debts
9. Learn something new
10. Start volunteering or do it more
Common New Year’s resolution are easy to think of and can be very helpful for some people, but others may want to do something different. Anything new and changing can be a New Year’s resolution no matter how small or large it is. You can learn to cook or just learn a new recipe. Travel more or just plan to go to somewhere new at least once. Teach yourself to stop interrupting people when they talk or maybe to speak up more often. If your having trouble picking a New Year’s resolution try to go to a generator and click till you find one you like. This link will take you a New Year’s resolution idea generator that can help you pick one http://moninavelarde.com/newyears/.
Other New Year’s Resolution Ideas:
1. Dance more or learn to dance
2. Be more creative: paint, draw, photography, sculpture, write
3. Take time for yourself
4. Eat something new and different
5. Send birthday card to the people you interact with
6. Or just send them cards
7. Bake for your neighbor
8. Get back to nature
9. Feed the birds or dear just to watch them
10. Break a world record
These are just a few ideas. Find something you want to do and really care about. If you like it and plan for it you are more likely to enjoy what your doing and a more likley to stick with the resolution.