New is always good. Change is always good. It brings in new hopes and desires. Glancing back at 2013, a year that has been – good or bad, but something has helped us grow and enter a bright and promising New Year.
Looking ahead at 2014, there are some unfinished tales to be completed and new windows are waiting to be opened up for some. Partying high or subtly welcoming the year 2014, re-determine and add on the unachieved resolutions of 2013 to your new year’s resolution list, as it is never too late for a fresh attempt. Working together towards a healthier, brighter and better 2014, here are some easy to maintain resolutions for a happy 2014:
[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]Cheers to a Healthy Life[/highlight]
We all want to live healthily and merrily; and avoid saying “am sick again”. To sustain this resolution, one needs to actually take care of themselves by following a healthy lifestyle or a set routine. It might sound difficult to follow a set routine everyday, as we might die of monotony but, there an easy solution is to plan for three months or a month on month. Planning will show you path to be able to stick to this resolution. Further, cut down the junk or alcohol or smoking to socializing or weekends.
[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]Get in Shape[/highlight]
Next, when your routine is set or when you are setting up a routine, dream high to get the perfect body type of Deepika Padukone or Shipla Shetty. To get the dream figure all you need to do is to take up sporty activity like swimming, playing squash or tennis that you enjoy. Also, if you love to dance, sign up for a dance class. These physical activities maintains healthy body metabolism and helps shedding the extra kilos and shapes or tones your body.
[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]Contribute in Financial Saving[/highlight]
End of every month has finance bothered you? This year manage your finance in advance and save at end of the month and invest at the end of the year. Thinking to shop from a branded store or planning to invest, but savings are not much helpful. This year, resolute to save a particular amount by end of the year. Now, break up the amount to monthly savings. It is difficult at the time of recession, when one will lose a job or not be paid. At this time, plan your expenses and cut on the lose shopping to a worthwhile shopping at the end of the year or investing in a car or house.
[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]Never to Begrudge[/highlight]
Whatever happened, has happened. It was 2013, this is 2014 – a time for a new you, your new self. Do not begrudge your life. Live with it and fight out your own ways with everything that you have. Best things come out when pushed to the last mile. Enjoy what is to enjoy, too much greed or too much complain will just bring out negativity and nothing more. So, say cheers to the new life and make merry.
[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]Make New Friends[/highlight]
If you have been single or had a breakup in 2013, jump into the whirlpool of emotions and swing a little in a new relationship called Friendship. Open your hearts to new people in your surrounding and know a new self. But yes, keep moving along with your old buddies as well. Take a trip together or go karaoke, its good fun from the old boring routine.
Madhurima is an amazing girl and feature writer from Delhi. To pep up her day, all she needs is a mug of black coffee, countryside music and a good read. If she is not in office you will find her shopping for magazines, browsing through books, exploring gastronomy at new outlets, or engaged in dialogues on how to live a happy life