New Year Resolutions?
I tend to make simple resolutions at the beginning of the year but I don’t go into the whole “New Year, New Me” stuff. It doesn’t interest me. As I don’t really don’t make resolutions to change myself I tend to do everything I’ll say I’ll do every single year.
That is where I think a lot of people don’t end up sticking to a resolution. Make a goal at the beginning of the year to focus on being happy, on saving a little more money, on making sure you get out and about more often. It’ll be easy to do, save £1 more then 2015, resolution done! You’ll get a positive buzz out of it before laughing at how silly it is. Look back on December 31st 2016 on whether you were happier this year then last and you’ll remember moments in both 2015 and 2016 that made you smile and you’ll be leaving 2016 with a smile on your face either way.
Make a resolution to change yourself? You have never been to the gym but you make a resolution to do so? Unless you truly WANT to go to the gym you aren’t going to carry on doing it, within a month or so you’ll be fed up of it… Maybe one or two people will find they enjoy it and keep on but the people who don’t will just make the same “promise” to themselves next year and will get nowhere.
Make it simple, make it easy to grab and make it something that’ll make you happy either way when we leave 2016. The best way to deal with resolutions!