Well, here we are in January already. Either you are feeling the benefits of your New Year’s resolutions or they have already dropped by the wayside.
Well, here we are in January already.
Either you are feeling the benefits of your New Year’s resolutions or they have already dropped by the wayside. If this is the case, please go light on yourself. I learned years ago that making resolutions are common, but following them are not. And this is for me, too – I’m certainly not perfect in this area though.
I tend to look at resolutions as goals for the year. And, in order to achieve a goal, a plan of some kind is needed.
More than half of people intending to make a resolution this year, 35 percent, longing to be able to stick to their personal budget. It is always a great idea any time of year since all household budget can sure help you save for your bigger goals. Try to gain financial independence and always do more with your money.
While there are a lot of ways to save money or cut your expenses starting this February if you haven’t done it in January, this could also be a very good year to simply try your best to make more money to help you meet all your financial goals.
While a second part-time job is not for everyone, there are sure dozens of ways to fit a very lucrative side hustle into your life. Try and choose carefully, make sure you start with one that will not involve upfront spending or any related charges.
Another thing yo need to work on is your sleep. Try to have plenty of it when needed. This is one of the top choices for 2019 resolutions.
Do more exercise, most people want to use this to lose some weight, while others are sure looking for more energy or even to put on some muscular body.
i also recommends simple and steady aerobic exercises like little walking for a period of about a half hour at least for 5 days in a week. I would also advise some people who want to get more exercise to increase their physical activity.
Now, I am being specific. To improve at anything, I believe I must be specific at what “improve” means.
Can I quantity it or find some way to measure it?
Can I identify specific actions I can take that can result in improvement?
How do I know when I have achieved my improvement goal?
All of these questions you can turn into specific actions that will take your business or life to the next level.
I hope this helps you with your goals for this New Year.