How long before you start asking, “What happened to 2018?” Didn’t it seem like just last week it was 2017? It was and its proof once again that time flies. Every New Year is a chance to improve yourself with resolutions. You can share these goals with everyone you know or keep them to yourself. The mission is to stick with your New Year’s resolutions until the change takes hold. Here are some ideas for your 2018 goals:
Spend More Time With Friends
You probably caught up with a bunch of friends over the holidays. Always a good time and a reminder of how important those people are to your lives. Don’t wait until next Christmas to get together. Make it a point to go out throughout the year. Hold a mini reunion if you want. Make it a monthly gathering. This is the social network that matters the most.
When was the last time you went to a library? Great thing about a library is that you can check out books, give them a quick read and if the story doesn’t grab you, then you can take it back. Cost to you: Zero. The library also has DVDS and CDs for your viewing and listening pleasure. Try to devote at least 30 minutes to reading each day. Perfect before drifting off to sleep.
Drink More Water
We most often reach for a glass of water when we are thirsty but by then you’re already dehydrated. The goal would be to keep drinking throughout the day to avoid that thirst. You’ll be amazed at what some water can do for your health.
Organizing your home can go a long way towards improving your mornings. Think of the time you’ll save when you find everything you need without going on a hunt. Even a simple key bowl by the door can work wonders for time management. As you organize every room in your house (that’s the goal!) you might discover there are a lot of things you can get rid of. Big things that won’t fit in the trash. That’s when it’s time to call in Junk King Columbus. These are the junk removal pros who can make short work of clearing out all your unwanted rubbish. Make hiring Junk King Columbus for decluttering help your number one New Year’s resolution.