Saturday, January 03, 2015
Resolutions and the New Year
Some people reassess the previous year's goals and see what worked, what wasn't beneficial, or areas for more improvement. This constant fact-checking allows for constant growth and improvement and the New Year only acts as a reminder of time that has passed.
Goals can be professional, personal, health or diet related... or all of them.
And while changes are certainly one way to set goals, other ways or making a resolution include adding things to accomplish: Perhaps setting up a list of 50 books to read in the next year or 12 places to visit, or to add in lunch with friends every couple of weeks. These are resolutions that are achievable and beneficial.
Here are some suggestions for you.
Here's a list of 52 Things to Do During the Year if you need more ideas.
Here's Barnes & Nobles list of books to read in 2015.
Here's 8 Food and Drink Trends to Try in 2015
Here's the Best 15 Minute Workouts for 2015