The arrival of a brand-new year often fills us with immense motivation. And so, from the first day of January, most of us embark on a pretty ambitious journey.
Determined to get fitter, healthier, happier, we create resolutions. Often this is done to eliminate bad habits and establish better ones. Some practical, some slightly unrealistic.
Personally, I like the tradition of creating new year’s resolutions. I think wanting to improve yourself is great. Although self-improvement should be an all year-round quest, I can understand how for many people, a new year almost feels like a blank slate.
A fresh start.
This year, I’m partaking in the hype. While I am not planning on making any elaborate changes, I have decided to take the start of 2020 as an opportunity to begin incorporating better practices into my daily life.
Here are a few things I want to do this year:
- Spend more time with family and friends
- Cook more
- Take more pictures
- Drink less coffee
- Stay consistent at the gym
- Sign up for a charity run
- Not check my work email on weekends…
Though it may seem that New Year’s resolutions are made to be forgotten, fingers crossed I can follow through with mine!
Whatever your resolutions may be, I hope that 2020 brings everything you’ve hoped for and more!
Happy New Year everyone. ?