The new year is a great time to reflect on your life, consider its ups and downs, and chart a path moving forward. Many people do this, more or less, by creating New Year’s resolutions, which can guide them in the year ahead, when it comes to knocking out their goals. Whether you’re an avid resolution-maker or have no idea what your 2021 goals should be, we think these three resolutions are worthy of your list.
Take Charge of Your Health
If there’s one thing 2020 has taught us, it’s that the importance of your physical, mental, and emotional health cannot be overstated. Pandemic of not, you simply can’t deny that your health is one of the most crucial things to take care of in the new year. Even if you’ve made and failed to stick to your health-related resolutions in years past, there’s still plenty of time to make 2021 the year that you get your health under control.
Create a New Income Stream
Another key takeaway from 2020? The importance of your financial wellness! If you’re like many Americans, you don’t have much (if anything) in savings – and, as a result, you might have found yourself hit particularly hard during the pandemic. Generating more income now, so that you are better prepared for a major future expense, is a good way to hedge your bets and stay on top financially. This year, consider how you can create a new income stream.
Read More Books
Whether you’re a romance novel enthusiast, a mystery aficionado, or a self-help devotee, reading more books tops a lot of people’s must-do lists – and, for good reason. Reading for pleasure can improve your sleep patterns, and people who engage in this activity also generally have higher levels of self-esteem and a heightened ability to cope with difficult situations. Not to mention, cracking open a good book is a great alternative to watching TV or scrolling social media, when it comes to ways to kick back and relax.
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