Everyday Resolutions that will make our days better.
Happy New Year! 2018 is here and with it come so many resolutions. I have so many things that I need to start doing and improve on. Most are everyday things and I believe that doing them daily will help me have a better day and healthier life. Making a lifestyle change -or any change really- is hard at first but it will so worth it in the long run.
I must say as I’m writing this I have started my new year off right. I have started on a few of my resolutions today and I love the accomplishment feeling.
These are my personal resolutions but I hope you join me in some of these or get inspired to write down your own resolutions. They don’t have to be big resolutions, sometimes the little things make the biggest difference.
- Eating more fruit & vegetables
- Exercising at least 3 times a week.
- Eating out only once a week
- Drink the recommended 8 glasses of water a day
- Cut out processed foods – they are so bad for our body.
- Drink a glass of water first thing in the morning
- Squats Every morning – there a great monthly squat challenges to follow.
- Only snooze the alarm one time or not at all and just get up – I sometimes snooze for a half hour, it’s so bad.
- Follow Skincare Religiously – morning & night – It helps to do you skincare an hour or so before bed. When sleepiness kicks in all you want to do is jump in bed and you will not follow your skincare as you should, trust me I know all about this.
- Get ready for bed an hour or so before your bedtime. This includes your skincare, teeth care, putting cute jammies on.
- Get ready for the next day – organize your room, leave outfit ready for the next day, leave car keys ready, pack your lunch. This will make your morning routine so much easier.
- Move more during the day – I have a desk job (accounting) and I can go almost the whole workday without getting up to move around. It’s starting to affect my body, so this one is a big one for me.
- Fix My hair every day – Messy hair days are my always, but not for long.
- Keep up with my nails – I’m so bad about this. I have made Saturday afternoons my nail time.
- Read more – I’ve joined the library so I have no excuse for not having books.
- Watch more documentaries
- Spend more time outside – You know it’s a must when your doctor tells you to.
- Organzine important documents
- Call family more often
- Save more Money
Well, I obviously have a lot to work on but it’s going to be many changes for the better.
Thank you much for reading.