Want to Create Amazing New Year’s Resolutions? Here Are Some Ideas!

We all know that year was not a good one. Everyone had so many plans for this year, but due to COVID-19, most of these plans were cancelled. But this doesn’t mean that you should also cancel the year ahead! Next year is a time that bursts with brand new chances to take, goals to achieve, and an opportunity to be successful. Since year is coming, what are your New Year’s resolutions?

Although plans for new year would be a bit different than what they used to be and your resolutions may not be the same when making them, people would still make their resolutions before the December 31 gets marked on the calendar. You might be thinking of getting more sleep, less social media, or having a healthier lifestyle.

If you can’t figure out what your New Year’s resolution will be, here are some ideas that can fill your resolution list with simple and achievable goals. Ready?

1. Make More Time For Family

More Time For Family

Even if the pandemic made us stay in our homes with our loved ones, have you really spent quality time with them or are we busy with something else? Do we really have enough time? If we don’t prioritize our family, this will keep us away from them. This New Year, have some time reserved for your loved ones whether it’s a dinner plus movies in a week or having a healthy conversation during recreational activities.

2. Quit Smoking For Good

Smoking is harmful to our health, yet, a lot of people are very addicted to it. We are well-informed of its effects on our health, such as getting lung cancer. If you are planning to quit smoking for good this year, you can start doing it slowly and gradually. If health is your focus in this year, then you can prioritize this one.

3. Save More Money and Learn How to Budget

Save More Money

Want a New Year’s resolution that can support you the most in the long run? Then maybe it’s time that you oath to save more money. Once it’s time to go back to the office, you may want to outline a budget that fits your needs and your lifestyle. Consider the budget for food, electricity, taxes, life insurance, and other mortgages. You should always stick to your budget plans. There are free apps that can you budget your money, so try downloading them on your phone.

4. Start Reading a Book (Or More Books)

Whatever your genre when it comes to books, reading is a remarkable thing to your list of ideas for New Year’s Resolutions. Plus, if you are having a hard time sleeping at night, reading as a hobby can help enhance your sleep patterns?

In addition, people who read books have more confident levels of self-esteem and a better capacity to deal with difficult situations. Books can bring beautiful things to us, either we read them to have a little escape between the pages or to support us on our development journey. You may also explore audiobooks if you haven’t tried them yet.

5. Read the Bible


Maybe you’ve always wanted to read the bible from cover to cover but you never had the time to do it? The year 2021 is the perfect time to do it. If your New Year’s resolution is to strengthen your spirituality, grow your faith, and to deepen your understanding, then you may read the bible.

You can do a quick search in Google for bible reading plans for beginners to help you set up your new goal in no time.

6. Face Whatever Scares You!

This is one of the hardest things to do in this list but it’s our personal favourite! It’s a challenging New Year’s Resolution. Sometimes, we don’t realize that the huge changes we wish to happen in our lives are on the other side of fear. Although change is instinctive, growth, on the other hand, is intentional. Try to question yourself, if you were confident and brave enough, what are the things you would do?

If you haven’t tried stepping out of your comfort zone, is the perfect year to be brave and do it. It’s time that you strive for things that make you happy in life!

7. Come Up With a New Cleaning Schedule


It will be a big relief if you don’t need to keep your home tidy without doing a deep clean every week. There may be some tricky spots in your home that needs under cleaning, but don’t you think that you are exaggerating it elsewhere. To avoid overdoing it, you may create a checklist whether it’s written or printable that can make sure that you are maintaining the house clean and it doesn’t take so much of your time on weekends anymore.

8. It’s Time to Quit Being a Phone Addict

The pandemic has made a lot of people to use their phones more frequently, ignoring other things that they can do aside from scrolling. If you are a phone addict, this is the time that you leave your phone addiction! Make a commitment to try spending an hour every day without your phone.

Are you always scrolling through your phone? Do you have a hard time not spending an hour without using your phone? Why not pause? Do something else or worthwhile! Not using your phone for straight 8 hours will make you more aware and connected to what’s happening around you.

9. Volunteer Somewhere and Make a Difference


A lot of things have happened due to the pandemic, but this doesn’t mean that you can’t make a year of change and impact. If you aim to make a good difference and contribution in your community, then you can find an organization that you can volunteer in. If you don’t know where you can volunteer, identify what causes you’re passionate about, or groups that you would love to help with.


10. Make Self-Care Part of Your Routine

This is also our favourite New Year’s resolution since a lot of us carry heavy daily responsibilities, and we tend to forget to take care of ourselves. Including self-care in your regular routine will help you manage the stress that life throws at you. Your self-care routine can include activities that you know help you to feel more relaxed. Make sure you schedule a specific time to do it so you won’t be able to forget it.

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