The Most Common New Year's Resolutions for 2021
For many of us, 2020 has been a real eye opener. We are more motivated than ever to change aspects of our lives. Below are the most common New Year’s resolutions for 2021 and reasons we should all add them to our list.
Find a New Job
If you are currently without a job, or find that your current job simply isn’t cutting it; let 2021 be the year to change that. A new job may not only improve your financial status, but may also make you happier. You can also just put time and effort into getting that big promotion you’ve set your eyes on.
Find a New Hobby
This resolution should definitely be added to your list every year, but this year in particular with all of us stuck at home during lockdowns, one thing I’ve discovered is that I do not have enough hobbies!
Start Working Out at Home
Despite being on everyone’s New Year’s resolutions every year, only a few actually achieve this goal. This is because we become demotivated, or can no longer find the time to exercise. If you would truly like to become fitter in this current climate where we are all stuck at home, you need to do it from home. Pick up a yoga mat, some resistance bands, and some weights and pop a workout video onto the TV.
Travel More...When It's Safe to Do So
Sadly, 2020 has deprived many of us the chance to experience new places. Assuming 2021 will be a safer and better year, traveling more is a great New Year’s resolution. Many people who have put off trips of a lifetime for years, are now ready to take that trip, and you should too 🙂
Quit a Bad Habit
Whether it’s procrastination, self-doubt, spending too much, waking up too late, always being late, smoking or any other bad habits; they can definitely be stopped. Though it isn’t easy, one may try to do this by confiding in people who can help, or by replacing the bad habit with a good one. After such a hectic year, we could all use some good habits in our lives.
Build Up Your Savings Account
I think if this year has taught us anything, it’s that you can never be too prepared. With the economy taking such a drastic hit this year, so many people found themselves unemployed and unable to pay their bills. Many people are using this as a lesson and trying to better prepare for an event like this again by building up their savings.