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New Year, New Me!

New Year, New Me!

Published at 6:35am 30th December 2019.

As we approach a new year, it's time to set some New Year's Resolutions.

  • If you're not sure what target to set yourself, we've got some ideas.
  • Get our top tips for how to keep your resolutions.
  • Let us know what resolutions you're planning to keep.

We all know keeping New Year's Resolutions can be a challenge...

And sometimes we have success!

But if you're stick for ideas, we've got you covered...


1. Read more books

This is a popular one.

It's especially fitting for Harrogate, Craven and Wharfedale, which is home to the UK's Most Bookish Town.

It's sometimes a challenge, but setting yourself achievable goals should lead to success!

Also, make it part of your routine - if you scroll through your social media feeds before going to bed, maybe try replacing that with a book? Unless, of course, you're scrolling through the Stray FM app!

Or if you often turn to your phone when you're bored, maybe download an e-reader app so you can read books instead of Tweets.


2. Stop buying meal deals for lunch

As much as they're convenient, it's often a lot cheaper to make lunch at home. Usually healthier too.

Maybe make it a competition with your colleagues to see who can be most consistent, and to see whose sandwiches are the best...

You could even agree a penalty with your colleagues for forgetting your lunch.


3. Be healthier

Two words which can be split in half - into getting more active and eating more healthily.

Firstly, try and make getting active more fun - it doesn't just have to be running marathons and going to the gym.

If you don't think that will work, maybe try and give yourself incentives like buying a gym membership for the year in January - if you don't use it, you're wasting hundreds of pounds!

When it comes to eating healthily, you don't need to just eat hundreds of carrots.

The NHS says cutting down on salt and eating more fish help you to eat more healthily. Click here to read their full guidance.

If you don't think any of that works for you, maybe take inspiration from Phil...

If you're regretting your choices by February, we might have a life hack for you...


What resolutions are you going to be trying to keep in 2020?

What's your top New Year's Resolution for 2020?
Eat more healthily
Be more active
Read more books
Make your lunch at home
Be more polite
Spend more time with family and friends
Listen to more Stray FM
I'm not making any resolutions