Cometh the New Year, cometh the New Year’s resolutions! Forget the individual ones, make it a family thing. Leverage folks, leverage!
Before plunging into jotting down the New Year’s resolutions for 2017, important to have no regrets about the 2016’s! It’s in the past and about time to look past it and embrace 2017. This time, however, the goals being more realistic, concise and one step at a time.
What can one do to make this a family affair and make it prosperous and worthwhile all the same? Read on.
2017 – New Year’s Resolutions for Family
Tired of the usual drill? Still smoking 20-pack a day? Career is banal and happiness is a luxury? About time one needs to turn the tables on whatever that holds them back. Resolutions, at times, don’t see the second week of January, but it’s subject to change. A collective resolution is perhaps the game-changer this time around.
Epoch Times list out a plan for families that doesn’t seem far-fetched at all. At first, the members need to arrive at potential spheres that could use a change. For example – more balanced diet, everyone hitting the gym and something unusual like, drinking more water too. Besides, everyone should be invested in the idea.
The next step is the materialization of the idea into a routine schedule which might require some work. Furthermore, try to make it feasible and less austere! The idea is to make it seem like a cake-walk without defeating the purpose. After a schedule is in hand, it’s important to establish a parameter or measure to keep a check on the day-to-day progress.
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Considering the possibilities of falling short of the New Year’s resolutions, make this one a gradual thing. In other words, the plan should tread on the slowly-but-surely path. Chances are that it might seem like a gargantuan task at first, but wait till it grows on you. It’s essential to keep a goal too, mostly, in a plan to save a certain amount of money.
Humans have a subconscious need to act on something based on what’s waiting at the end of the tunnel. Hence, keeping a reward might prove to be a driving factor indeed. Something like a vacation might suffice, or a new something too. Have a Happy New Year!