Reducing weight, getting the six-pack abs or increasing your endurance, setting up fitness goals is number 1 resolution of the year for most. It can be a diet you have been wanting to follow or a morning walk that you have been postponing or simply, finding out time to sit and meditate. This is the time to write it down and be fitter this new year. The demons of the mind can only control you if you let them. So shun your inhibitions and sign up for your fitness centre.
In the fast-paced work life, travel goals often get ignored. Sometimes due to lack of company and other times due to lack of proper planning. This year, plan ahead. Write down the places you want to visit, club your long weekends, apply for leaves, talk to your friends and family in advance and book your flight tickets beforehand. A little attention in advance can help you visit the places you have always wanted to and make your vacation a dreamy one!
If you have not been a very active participant in your friends’ parties, re-unions or family get-togethers, here is your chance to redeem yourself. Family and friends time should become non-negotiable in your life and you must resolve to give attention to all the people who matter in your life. Work on your relationships by healthy communication and striking a balance between your personal and professional life.
Social Media goals:
In today’s world of virtual communication, don’t sideline yourself from the social media game. Your posts don’t have to be about everything you eat, visit or travel to, but make your social media presence felt by sharing and posting things you believe in. Expressing things out in open is sometimes very therapeutic, and you never know what may follow – an opportunity, a meeting, a long-lost friend pinging you. Being dormant on social media will not help, neither being too over-enthusiastic would. Just keep it real and share a part of your life with a close set of chosen few. A rejoinder, always make time to meet them in real life. That’s still irreplaceable, isn’t it?