1) Spend More Time with Family
A very worthy resolution, but how can we make sure this happens?
2) Get Fit
We all should know by now exercise keeps you healthy and makes you look and feel better. Along with good nutrition, keeping fit its one of the best proven ways to live a longer and healthier life.
3) Loose Weight
Is this one of those resolutions that keeps coming up year after year? Setting reasonable goals and staying focused are the two most important factors in sticking with a weight loss program.
4) Quit Smoking
Even if you've tried to quit before and failed, don't let it get you down. On average, smokers try about four times before they quit for good. I can’t stress enough how important it is to make this resolution happen.
4) Enjoy Life More
Given the stressful and hectic nature of many people’s lives today it’s no wonder “Enjoy life more” often comes up as a resolution. Unfortunately its one of these terribly non-specific resolutions that is hard to quantify.
5) Quit Drinking
After the excesses of the holiday season many people resolve to ‘quit drinking’ when for many people it would be more helpful to reduce the amount they drink gradually until they reach a more moderate drinking habit. If you have decided that you want to stop drinking, there are many ways to get help. Why not try an online alcohol reduction program like www.yourXSdrinking.com?
6) Get Out of Debt
This is a wise decision that can repay itself many times over in the years ahead, and goes hand in hand with getting your financial affairs under control.
7) Learn Something New
Have you vowed to make this year the year to learn something new? Perhaps you are considering a career change, want to learn a new language, or just how to fix your computer? Whether you take a course or read a book, you'll find education to be one of the easiest, most motivating New Year's resolutions to keep. Challenge your mind in the coming year, and your horizons will expand.
8) Help Others
This is a popular resolution about giving something back to the world. There are so many areas you could choose to spend time: helping out at your local library, mentoring a child, or building a house for a non-profit volunteer organization.
9) Get Organized
On just about every New Year resolution top ten list, improved organization can be a very reasonable goal. Try and get specific about which areas of life you wish to focus on, whether it is organizing your home to the point that you feel you could invite someone over on a whim, or getting your office organized enough to find the stapler when you need it.