Do New Year Resolutions Have To Be ‘New’?

It is a common trend to find people setting new goals and making huge plans at the beginning of the year. What we commonly call new year resolutions. Undoubtedly, this is a great way to start the year. It shapes your perspective on what you want to achieve within the year and how you can achieve them.

New year, new resolutions.

However, what if resolutions do not have to be new goals or a new vision? Usually, in this period, many people ditch their previous resolutions, whether finished or unfinished to take up new ones.

New year, new resolutions.

To achieve any goal, there is a need for focus and consistency in order to get the desired results. If you are planning to ditch all old plans, take a breather. Access your progress, restrategize, and apply consistency in achieving the unfinished ones. However, take up a new goal when you feel a need.

New resolution ideas

Here are some areas to target as you pen down your resolutions.

Health. As the saying goes, health is wealth. This can include exercising, eating healthy, and getting enough rest. Almost all resolutions can be achieved when one is in good health-physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Spirituality. If you are a religious person, getting in tune with God can be very therapeutic in jeering you towards your goals. Research has found that people who get in tune spiritually usually have a more peaceful approach toward their goals.

Finances. Gaining financial knowledge and learning how to effectively manage and grow your finances is one key aspect to target. Read books, and articles or watch videos that can equip you with the needed knowledge.

 Relationships. Whether with family, colleagues at work, or your lover, relationships are significant to our well-being. According to research, forming healthy relationships can be a buffer against stress and depression. It can also boost your desire to work on yourself and be a better person consequently jeering you towards your goals.

Always remember, the aim is to start, stick to and accomplish your goals or resolutions.

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Priscilla King

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