Top 50 New Year Resolutions For You To Consider

Posted by Nigel Jeal | Posted in Articles, Getting started, Information | Posted on 30-12-2012-05-2008


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Are you ready to make 2013 your best year yet?


New Year’s Eve has always been a time for looking back to the past, and more importantly, forward to the coming year. It’s a time to reflect on the changes you want (or need) to make and resolve to follow through on those changes. Did your New Year’s Resolutions make our Top 50 list?

1. Lose Weight

2. Get In Shape

3. Eat Healthier

4. Spend More Time With Family

5. Save More Money

6. Eliminate Credit Card Debt

7. Drink Less Alcohol

8. Quit Smoking Now

9. Get More Education

10. Get A Job or A New One

11. Read More Books

12. Manage Stress

13. Travel More

14. Volunteer to Help Others

15. Get Organized

16. Learn Something New

17. Run A Marathon

18. Fall In Love

19. Get Married

20. Get Pregnant

21. Move Out

22. Learn a New Language

23. Get a Tattoo

24. Dress Smarter

25. Learn To Play The Guitar

26. Stop Biting Your Nails

27. Be Less Shy

28. Bungee Jump

29. Jump Out Of A Plane

30. Drink More Water

31. Stop Procrastinating

32. Be Happy And Content

33. Write A Book

34. Buy A House

35. Take More Pictures

36. Make New Friends

37. Get To Know Your Neighbours

38. Get Your House Under Control

39. Organise The Pictures And Photo Albums

40. Get More Sleep

41. Call Your Parents More

42. Pursue Your Dreams

43. Get Up Earlier

44. Remember Birthdays

45. Be More Selfless

46. Listen To Some New Music

47. Take Golf Lessons

48. Dig The Garden

49. Buy Something You Need

50. Socialise More

If I can recommend three of these above all others they would be:

1. Take Care of Yourself Physically (do whatever you need to do)

2. Spend More Time With Your Family

3. Be Happy and Content

Time flies. Before you know it, ten more years will pass. If you invest in most of the things on this list they will give you the ability to check them off a list. If you invest in the three highlighted areas you will look back with gratitude and satisfaction instead of frustration, a lack of fulfillment and regret.

Maybe you had a good year. Maybe you want to have a better one this time around. If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always got. Wishing you the very best in the New Year!



Okay folks – sound off!  We want to hear what YOUR New Year Resolutions are and WHY—let’s get 35 COMMENTS, and we’ll be back later this week with another awesome post.


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