New Years Resolutions You Only Need to Make Once

Every year, millions of people make the same New Year’s resolutions, hoping to change for the better. Some of the most popular resolutions include losing weight, getting organised, saving money, buying a house. All of these are quite big statements, most of the time it helps to break them down into something more manageable. 

Put $10 a week into a savings account 

Giving yourself an exact number you need to save helps you get a handle on the situation. It gives you a solid number to think about and with an amount like $10 chances are you would not notice that leaving your account. $10 can easily be spent without thinking about it, however if you are putting this money into a savings account then it will soon add up and you will see the fruits of your labor. 

Tidy as you go 

This is a good habit to develop, once you start doing it chances are, you won’t stop. Just picking up bits and pieces around the house as you go means that you’ll save yourself a lot of time at the end of the week, rather than having a big job of tidying at the weekend, you’ll have done everything during the week and not even noticed. 

Invest in yourself 

If you’ve been thinking about taking the next step with your physical appearance, what’s been stopping you? If you’ve done your research and you still know this is the right decision for you then now is the time to go for you. You don’t want to look back in years to come wishing that you’d just gone and done it. 

Do your 10,000 steps every day 

Studies have shown that getting your 10,000 steps can go a long way towards losing weight and getting healthier. Once you get into the habit of it too, getting your 10,000 steps is not too hard.

Make time for yourself and your friends and family 

No one ever regrets spending time with their friends. Making sure to surround yourself with your loved ones can help to keep you grounded and give you time to get out of your own head. Putting the effort into maintaining these relationships is something that will benefit you in the long run. It’ll also become a habit to spend time around them and you’ll be able to keep up to date with each other’s lives. 

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