The New Year is right around the corner and lots of people will be making those New Year’s Resolutions. Some of the popular resolutions are to lose weight, exercise more, and get healthy. While lots of people will go out and buy an expensive gym membership, you can choose not to do that and stay within your budget with free or lower cost activities. Here are several ideas to get you started.
2009 was a rough year for us. We had no income for the entire year, had a baby, buried a baby, sold our house, moved into my parents basement, started homeschooling, dealt with major medical concerns with our 3 year old, and only started to get some answers as to why my heart is not beating as it should. It was a rough year, and I hope to never have another one like it again. On the positive side of things, I’m pretty sure we can only go up from here.
New Years is a wonderful time to reevaluate your goals and challenge yourself to improve your life but New Year’s resolutions that are overly ambitious are often forgotten before they can be achieved. Make simple, realistic resolutions and allow yourself to make mistakes. Small steps towards your goal can help you create big changes in your life. USA.gov has a great list of popular New Year’s resolutions if you need some ideas to get started.