New Years Resolutions

A New Year’s Resolution is a promise you make to yourself, or others, that you will carry out for the entire year to better you well-being. For most New Year’s Resolutions, people will either start doing something good or quit a bad habit. According to research, 60% of people will make a New Year’s Resolution, but only 8% are successful in achieving them.

If you are looking to try a New Year’s Resolution, here are ten ideas:

Dieting and eating healthier
Simply cutting back on junk food and fast food can better your health and create a healthier lifestyle.

Exercise more
Going for a jog, doing a few exercises in your room, or joining a gym is a great way to get in shape physically.

Learn a new skill
Have you always been interested in learning how to do one specific thing? Find something you think is cool and push yourself to learn how to do it. Learning how to play the guitar, how to swim, and speaking a new language are a few examples.

Find a new hobby
Start doing something that interests you! Whether it’s joining a sports team or book club, find something to keep you busy while having fun.

Quit smoking/vaping
Smoking and vaping is not good for your health. Attempt to stop you better your health for 2020.

Volunteer your time
Help others! Volunteering is a great way to help your community and to make yourself feel better. It is good to help others because you never know will you will be the one in need.

Donate old clothes
Clean out your closet and put together the clothes you no longer wear. You can donate the clothes to Goodwill, the Salvation Army, and homeless shelters.

Spend less time on your phone
Too much screen time is bad for your eyes and mental health. Put down the phone every once in a while and talk to your friends or be productive.

Drink more water
Drinking more water is a simple and easy way to better your health!
Spread kindness
If your spread kindness, kindness will come back to you. Give a stranger a compliment, help someone pick up something they dropped, and always be nice to your peers.