New Years Resolution Inspiration

Don’t know what to make your New Year’s Resolution this year? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Below is a list of ideas to help you decide what a possible New Year’s resolution could be.

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If you attempt to make fitness goals every year and do not even come remotely close to being successful, it’s about time you hold yourself accountable. If you make this your New Year’s Resolution, set aside time each day to workout. Better yet, join a gym- what’s more accountable than that?


Out with the junk food, in with the healthy food. If you have been wanting to eat healthier but keep telling yourself everyday is a cheat day, then this a perfect New Year’s resolution for you. Buy organic food instead of processed food. When you feel tempted to eat something sugary, eat fruit instead. There is so many alternates that will help you get the nutrition you need, but in a healthy way.

Get Out More

Staying inside, around the clock can get boring and the days will seem to blend in to one another. Instead of watching TV all day or working from your home desk hours on end, try a change of scenery. Go to your local bookstore and do your work there, or read from a large variety of books. Have you been wanting to go out on a night on the town? Do it! This way you can be more social and experience some new things within your city or town.


If you work, then everyone knows the story of how hard it can be sometimes to take off. Make it a New Year’s resolution to travel a few times this year. Try asking for time off months prior to a vacation or excursion. Even if you have to bring your work with you, at least you will be in a different state or country.

Bucket List

Been meaning to cross some things off your bucket list but haven’t even lifted a finger? Make it your New Year’s resolution to get as many things down on your bucket list as possible within the new year.

A Better Version of Yourself

As one point or another, people strive to be the best they can be. If you have been meaning to donate to a charity but haven’t or have been meaning to get that hair cut you’ve wanted for the longest time, now is the time. Creating a better version of yourself can go as far as opening the door for some or even rewarding yourself because of the hard work you put in the previous year.

If these New Year’s resolutions inspired you, comment below some resolutions you plan to make for the new year.

Victoria Naranjo

Victoria Naranjo

Victoria is a full-time student at Bridgewater College and writer for Apartment Showcase.

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