How Do You Get Started on Your New Years Resolution?
You probably have some downtime during the holidays, whether it’s a few weekends at work ( you should ) or the winter break after exam preparation ( you didn’t ). Ahead of 2018, you can start the new year off on the right foot by preparing your resolution plans ahead of time. Of course, resolutions come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, so the real question is: How do you get an edge over yours?
Plan Your Next Career Growth
Are you on vacation? It seems like a great time to rethink your career path or perhaps consider a career change . Even if you enjoy your job , it might be time to move away from your current job and do it yourself. If so, use the respite to determine what skills you need to develop to ensure success on your new career path. There are more than enough resources to understand the basics of any skill you are interested in, it just depends on what you want to learn.
Download some classes and applications
Need ideas? Try watching some of Linda’s professional (and free) training videos where you can learn anything from web design to improving your emotional intelligence. You can explore the coding classes from Google and Udacity to learn how to write Android apps, or experiment with Apple’s Swift Playgrounds app to understand the basics of iOS development.
Track your wallet in 2018
You might consider using your free time to get your budget back on track and head out into January with a pen on your checking account and a plan to keep it that way . If you want to learn more about cryptocurrency, you may want to take the time to figure out why this might be a good ( or terrible ) investment for you. If you don’t know how to save money for a rainy day, check out these apps that can help you save money while you spend , or allow you to withdraw cash for a few dollars at a time when you want to give yourself a future. (like retired).
Develop and track new habits to get better
Maybe you want to improve on your daily habits, such as making your bed every morning (which really is a game changer), or remembering to water the begonia you gave for your birthday. 2018 could be the year you implement a habit tracker, and for good reason . This will make it easier to keep track of the days on which you stick to your daily goal of eating healthy food , meditating, or going outside several times a week for a run .
So, if you want to hit the gym regularly before the rest of your community decides to get off their couch, or are trying to develop the habit of waking up and getting to work right away in 2018, how do you prepare? And how do you keep yourself on the road to opening 2018 with everything you need to be successful? Are you trying new apps to activate your work, or inventing new habits in an analog way?