New Year’s Resolutions 2018

Written by Dr. Veena Madhankumar and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team

New Year's Resolutions 2018

New year resolutions!! We all know how easy it can be to make a resolution but how difficult it is to follow them. Well, this new year, let us make a resolution to pursue our resolutions first.

Following that, here are few new year resolutions that will make you not only happy but also the loved ones around you happy.



1. Remember

New Year's Resolutions 2018

Remember the old times, when you had to go out to have fun with your friends. Well, why not take a day off from social media (or any other kind of media) and experience it one more time? It will bring back a lot of good memories. Who knows! You might get addicted to that.



2. Promise

New Year's Resolutions 2018

Promise yourself to work your muscles once you get out of bed (the entire year). This will get you ready for the day, both physically and mentally.


3. Learn

New Year's Resolutions 2018

Add something new to your existing set of skills. It doesn’t have to be something very big or very important. Just make sure to step into the following year knowing something more than you already knew.


4. Avoid Stress

New Year’s Resolutions 2018

Stress!! Haven’t we heard that before? Promise yourselves to learn to deal with stress at least next year. A simple tip would be to divert your mind by doing something useful every time you feel the heat.


5. Health

New Year's Resolutions 2018

Tracking your health is as important as maintaining your health. Make sure you are aware of your body’s medical situation. Meet a physician and get a quarterly medical checkup to be mindful of your situation.


6. Family

New Year's Resolutions 2018

Make sure to spend more time with your family. There are going to be numerous hurdles in your way when you try to achieve this. That fact that you cross them all and reach your goal is the kind of commitment you want to give your family.


7. Time

New Year's Resolutions 2018

Take some time to have a look at the world outside your home, office and friends. Again, this is not going to be easy. But, you do not have to make huge changes that are going to make a dent. Even very small things can go a long way in keeping both you and the society a lot happier.


8. Work

New Year's Resolutions 2018

Your office is the place you spend more hours in than what you spend at home. Make sure you spend this time without regrets. Make it a point to make more friends at work. This can help you make your office situation more comfortable and can also get your work done better.


9. Explore

New Year's Resolutions 2018

Make it a point to learn how to get out of your comfort zone. Start exploring and doing things you were always hesitant to do. Who knows! You might even end up having a lot more fun than you intended to have this year.


10. Mindful

New Year's Resolutions 2018

Be more mindful of your life and start remembering important dates like birthdays and anniversaries. This is a simple yet effective way to show your love for others. There are several mind tricks that can help you remember the most important dates that are going to come up.



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