Top 10 New Year resolutions
1.Lose weight – 48%
2. Exercise more – 41%
3. Save more money – 32%
4. Improve diet – 31%
5. Something else – 22%
6. Pursue a career ambition – 15%
7. Spend more time with family – 14%
8. Take up a new hobby – 12%
9. Decorate at home – 11%
10. Cut down on alcohol – 9%
these are probably some of the resolutions that you all might want to make…..but then before making any decision think on the ways it will affect your lifestyle.
1. Get in shape:
Losing weight is the top resolution for college students, and combined with “exercise more” and “stay fit and healthy” it is something that everyone wishes to achieve. It’s easy enough to start an exercise and diet program, but the trick is to find a decent one that will give you steady results and will be easy to stick to in the long run.
2. Stop procrastinating:
The biggest barrier that keeps most people from reaching their goals is the desire to relax and do something fun instead of working hard. Once you get used to procrastinating it’s difficult to snap yourself out of it, so you’ll need to put in a lot of work to change this bad habit.
3. Improve your concentration and mental skills:
- People have been trying to find ways to improve their focus and cognitive capacities for thousands of years, and thus it has become their prime goal. Today we can use anything from apps to ancient meditation techniques to boost concentration and hone our mental skills.
4.Meet new people:
When we get stuck in a rut, we usually end up staying at home most of the time, missing out on a lot of interesting opportunities for networking and having fun. Meeting new people can be beneficial to your mental well-being and help your career, so don’t be afraid to get out there and make some friends. Overcome your shyness, get some knowledge and go and get to know new and interesting people.
5. Earn more money:
Even billionaires are always looking for ways to earn more money, and we college students can definitely use an additional source of income to make life a bit more comfortable. Fortunately there are plenty of options available, like having sidejobs, working as a freelancer or using the internet to your advantage.
6. Read more:
Books are an excellent way to gain a lot of knowledge on a huge variety of topics, and are also a great exercise for your brain. It’s not that difficult to go through 20 or more books in a year – you only need to make it a habit, discover your type of books and find a bit of time for reading.
7. Learn a new language:
Not only will learning a new language help improve your communication skills, it will also look great on your resume and possibly open up some doors for you. These days there are plenty of resources that allow you to learn a language for free and in your spare time.