As the New Year approaches we often take a good hard look at ourselves and decide what parts we would like to improve upon, change or add to. We then rightfully name these our New Year’s resolutions. Well, now the festive season is over. The partying and the over-indulging has come to a halt, we are back at work and we are coming to terms with these resolutions hard and fast.
Resolutions don’t have to be daunting or difficult, it’s all about employing the right tools and attitude and by the end of the year, when these goals are achieved, you will be left with a glowing sense of self. So to give you a helping hand and kick start these goals, I thought I would pick out a few of the resolutions getting around the office and suggest a few tools to assist along the way.
“Standard resolution. This year I’m going to do it I swear! How? With a far more reasonable mapped out way to approach my fitness and health and by finding more creative ways to be active..” – Dajana, Content.
SPEND MORE TIME OUTDOORS:
“I would like to be more active this year and seeing as I work in an office I want to do that by making a conscious decision to spend more time outside on weekends and after work.”- Bianca, Content.
“My New Year’s resolution was to travel this year. I already have a trip booked to Sri Lanka for early April so I’ll be able to tick that of my list” –Jason, Returns.
TAKE MORE PHOTO’S:
“With the rapid development of technology I feel like all I ever do these days is take photo’s on my phone or upload images to some form of social media. This New Year I want to take the time to take photo’s with a proper old school camera and print them out and stick them in a frame or a photo album like my mum did when I was young.” –Karla, Social Media.
TAKE MORE TIME TO RELAX:
“I feel as though I need to take a BUNCH of chill pills. I’m always running around and letting simple things bug me a little too much so I’d really like to tackle that in the New Year.” – Samantha, Graphics.