New Year Resolutions for 2024
Start a gratitude journal
As you enter into the new year, you have to get a gratitude journal recorder where you can write down the things you are grateful for. Every day, you get the chance to start a new chapter as every day you get offered a fresh page, waiting to be filled with words, feelings, and thoughts. With that way you can be accountable to yourself and help you to improve your mental and physical wellness.
Make time for yourself
With the busy daily life, it is difficult to spend time with loved ones, so this new year I have decided to focus on myself
To ensure that i live a healthy lifestyle. Shower and brush teeth every day, eat nutrient-rich food, and get good sleep that can build up my body.
Build a better budgetI have decided to set realistic goals, calculate networth income and make effective budgets in other to reduce impulse purchases by having a clear shopping list.
In other to do that you have to outline a rough budget that works for you — and make a plan for how you will stick to it. Budgeting apps can help you do this as painlessly as possible.
Cook something new each week.
Commit to saving money.
Don’t let 2024 be the year that you still don’t find ways to save money.
Worried that you don’t have the discipline to stick to your New Year’s resolution of saving money? A new savings account might be the psychological trick you need in order to motivate yourself to save.
Read more books.
The next resolution is to read more books; this is one of the widely made resolutions, but sticking to it isn’t easy. You could follow this resolution by setting a time out every day to read. This could ideally be right before you sleep or after your lunch break. If you have a competitive streak, take up reading challenges or join a book club. Another way is to listen to audiobooks on your daily commute or while doing your mundane chores.
Join a club.
Starting a new hobby is one thing, but joining a club will help you meet new people in the process. Sites like Meetup can help you find a group of people with similar interests, and you can work on creating meetups with new friends in the process.
Creative clubs can also be a boon in helping you stick to mastering a new craft.
Set expectations. When discussing your plan, set expectations for possible withdrawal and other potential setbacks. Drink less alcohol and stop smoking.
Prioritize annual health screenings.
Open your calendar app (or planner!) and make your appointments for the year in one sitting — not only will you get the anxiety-inducing nuisance over with, but exams will be less likely to get squeezed out as life gets bonkers. Start with your primary care provider, and ask which screenings (e.g., mammogram, colonoscopy) you’re due for. Slot those in, then move on to the dentist’s office and head over to your ophthalmologist, too.
Plan a vacation.
Women who vacation at least twice a year have a lower heart attack risk than those who do so rarely. Researchers have found that even thinking about an upcoming trip can boost happiness for weeks.