5 Healthy New Year's Resolutions You Can Actually Keep
Figuring out what “My New Year Resolution” will be? Tired of breaking your promises around New Year's new goals because the goals and resolutions you keep just aren’t practical enough when it comes to New Year goal planning?
Don't worry anymore! Keep reading to find out the top 5 New Year's resolutions:
1. You will Stay Hydrated
You will not just drink water when you are thirsty; you will drink to stay hydrated during the day and meet your daily hydration requirements for a body more active, a mind more relieved from stress, and a productivity level on the rise.
Pro tip: Keep a 2 Liter water bottle with you at all times
2. You Will Write a Journal
Whatever you go through in a day, don’t forget to jot it down somewhere. It is good to keep a journal where you keep a note of your thoughts in an organized manner. Doing so will help you see a pattern in your thoughts and have better self-awareness.
Pro tip: Assign a special hour for it; doing so would make you remember it.
3. You Will Smile
It is as easy as it sounds, and that is why it should be in your new year's new goals. Just try smiling once a day. Start small and engage yourself in a little activity that makes you smile, gradually do it more; you will see smiling become easier by the day!
Pro tip: Watch a comedy show, save some memes, think about something funny.
4. You Will Sweat
Enough of those impractical goals of running “100 miles” a day or completing the gym challenge you never finished last year. This year, as you write New Year’s resolution concerning fitness, just promise yourself to sweat at least once a day.
Pro tip: Don’t restrict yourself with time frames - start small and then progress as you continue building your routine.
5. You Will Eat a Fruit/Veggie
Sticking to a diet can be tough for many, and promising oneself to stick to an all-organic diet as a part of a new year resolution is tough, so this year, try promising yourself to eat at least one fruit or a vegetable a day.
Pro Tip: Don’t punish yourself. Stick to your favorite choices.