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8 Easy New Year’s Resolution Ideas for a Healthy Mind, Body, and Spirit

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Are you trying to get motivated to stick to a New Year’s Resolution? New Year’s is a perfect opportunity to catch up on things that you have been putting off. Set simple achievable goals for success.

8 Easy New Year’s Resolution Ideas for a Healthy Mind, Body, and Spirit

Image of soldier crushing a plastic water bottle in his hand, with a reusable water bottle on the counter
  1. Exercise while watching your favorite TV show
  2. Add a fruit or vegetable to every meal
  3. Use the reusable water bottle that’s been sitting in your cabinet
  4. Schedule that doctor appointment you’ve put off
  5. Reach out to someone you haven’t talked to in a while
  6. Learn a new skill that interests you
  7. Clean out and donate your unused or gently used belongings
  8. Start a budget and stick to it

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