New Year’s resolutions can sometimes be hard to keep, especially if our goals are too lofty or ambiguous. Whether those resolutions are big or small, most people struggle to commit to them long-term because their goals aren’t specific enough. If you need some inspiration, here are 10 healthy New Year’s resolutions and how to keep at them all year long.
1. Start your week with gratitude and reflection
A great way to improve our health is by practicing gratitude. Through gratitude, we can sleep better, lower our cortisol levels, and are less moody. There are many ways to develop a daily gratitude practice. At the start of every week, list 20 things you’re grateful for and post the list somewhere you’ll see it often.