Still recovering from the stress of the holidays? Maybe there’s just one more thing on your mental to-do list; maybe you just can’t seem to find the energy to stay productive; maybe you already ditched that New Year’s resolution.
Around here, we believe the key to busting stress is organization. By keeping up-to-date calendars, personal organizers and notebooks, you can rest assured that everything is accounted for.
Personal organizers are the thing if you’re forgetful — keep your appointments and do-to lists at hand. Notebooks are great for tracking progress on that New Year’s resolution. And every household runs smoother with a family calendar on the fridge.
So this year, resolve to get more organized! To keep yourself motivated, check out our Ten Tips for Keeping Resolutions.
With the start of a new year most of us are starting or planning some sort of new year resolutions; whether you are starting a health regimen or simply looking to be more active in your community, sticking to a new year’s resolution can be tough. We all know that fitness centers are packed in January and usually back to normal near the end of the month!
Resolutions are not limited to the new year however, we all want to improve our business, health or some aspect of our life with resolutions. So what can we do to stick with our plans? How to keep resolutions?
According to an About.com article there are 10 tips for keeping your resolutions for the new year, but they span beyond just new years resolutions. They outline the following 10 tips (for a more detailed outline of each, you can visit the original article) for successfully sticking with resolutions:
- Choose a specific, realistic goal
- Pick just one resolution
- Don’t wait until New Year’s Eve
- Start with small steps
- Avoid repeating past failures
- Remember that change is a process
- Don’t let small stumbles bring you down
- Get support from your friends and family
- Renew your motivation
- Keep working on your goals