5 New Year Resolutions Anyone Can Follow

The New Year is a perfect time for a fresh start. It's the time for getting rid of negativity and writing down resolutions to follow. These five resolutions can help anyone who is willing to make little changes that can make a big difference.


1. Get Organized with your Office, Home or Work

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According to the University of Nebraska, Omaha, staying organized prevents missing deadlines, stress and procrastination. Although organization requires a lot of maintenance and memory, it is way better than having such a clutter around your desk or shelves. Getting organized should always be on top of the New Year’s Resolution. In fact, it’s not hard starting to organized! If you want to learn how to get organized with school or work, click here. If you want to learn to get organized with the office, click here.

2. Learn to Love Reading and Writing

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You may think reading and writing are boring; in fact, everyone at some point may think reading and writing are absolutely daunting. Reading gains knowledge, while writing can create records of the knowledge you gained. Suggestions on what to read and write about in your spare time can be about life, love and sex, what you learned in school or a book you recently read! The more you read and write, the more of a habit it will be if you prefer typing or writing on a paper. According to Psychology Today, writing is proven to make one smarter because it can lead better thinking and communicating. So, read and write on!

3. Donate or Sell Old Clothing

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Whether the clothes don’t fit or you want to make extra cash, you can always donate clothes to many retail or thrift stores. Stores such as Goodwill, Plato’s Closet, Poshmark and even Mercari are all great options. Even better, gather some of your friends or family around. Remember this saying: “Your trash can be someone else’s treasure!”

4. Have A Monthly Budget

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Disclaimer: This resolution is only for college kids or any young adults who are starting to live independently.  

This is crucial and such a broad topic to discuss. Having a monthly budget AND STICKING WITH IT not only set a great goal, but you save money for when emergencies come around. Especially when the spring semester is here, you have to prepare for your next school year’s expenses. It sounds scary at first, but once you get everything organized with your budget, it’ll be okay! A great recommendation would be reading this amazing book by Carl Siegel, Why Didn’t They Teach Me This In School?

5. Avoid Toxic People In Your Life

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This is an absolute no-brainer. It’s easier said than done, but if toxic people are the ones that are bringing you down, then it is best to get rid of them. Nobody has time for irrelevant drama! 


Hope you try out these resolutions! Cheers and good luck in the New Year and the new semester!