Avoid the usual New Year’s resolutions with some of the best unique ideas you might not have considered.
While it has become more popular recently, meditation is a great unexpected addition to anyone’s New Year’s resolution. While meditation might sound easy, just sitting and thinking about nothing, it can be quite challenging to stick with. Thankfully, there are many apps you can choose from to help you meditate consistently.
Take A Free Online Class
There are many online resources to help you learn new skills. Whether you’re interested in taking more educational subjects like history and mathematics or you want to learn about a new craft, there are countless ways to improve your mind. Most major colleges, such as Harvard and Yale offer classes for free online for anyone who wants to better themselves.
Volunteer In Your Community
Volunteering is a great way to improve the lives of the people in your community who need it the most. The best part is that it doesn’t cost you any money, it just takes some time out of your week to provide someone else with a life-changing amount of good. There are always soup kitchens, homeless shelters,
Do One Thing Nice For Someone Every Day
It sounds simple, but it can have the largest results if you can stick with it. Doing one nice thing for someone else every day is a great way to improve yourself as a person, and make a positive impact on the world and people around you.
Try A New Type Of Culture Once A Week
This is quite a simple resolution but can create some of the most interesting results. Trying a new type of culture could mean going to an art show, watching a different genre of movies, cooking a recipe from another country, or even just listening to a new type of music. No matter what it is, you’re always going to be better off than before for just having tried it out.
Setting a more consistent schedule for sleeping doesn’t seem like that big of a resolution, but studies show that having a consistent sleep schedule can dramatically improve the quality of your sleep. All it takes is a well-timed reminder every night from your phone, and for you to stick with it!