It’s that time of year again, and if you haven’t made your New Year’s Resolution yet, you have just a few hours left (depending on where you live in the world), to choose your resolution before setting it in concrete with a glass of Champagne on New Year’s Eve.
The most common New Year’s Resolutions involve health/fitness and financial goals, and while both are very commendable (especially if you have eaten too much and spent too much over the festive period!), I prefer to go with a resolution that I have every intention of keeping – and that is to travel more in 2014!
If you are struggling to come up with a New Year’s Resolution that will last longer than a week, (most of us quit after 7 days apparently!), then here are a few unusual and unique resolutions I found on the internet today that might keep you interested for longer…
Travel the world and have your photo taken in front of five places you have always dreamed of visiting (Great Barrier Reef, Great Wall of China, and Table Mountain etc.)
Become a volunteer, either at your local charity organisation or abroad, and dedicate some of your time to help those less fortunate.
Skip the diet, and opt for a lifestyle change instead. Walking to work rather than driving, switching your Latte for a fruit tea, and having pizza once a week rather than twice will all make a difference to your waistline!
Try a new food / wine each week, and don’t be afraid to try the local cuisine when you are on holiday – you might find fried locust to your liking!
Spice up your life by swapping the ‘usual’ for the ‘unusual’ and don’t save anything for a special occasion – eat it, wear it, or do it today!
Add twelve items to your Bucket List, and cross one-off every month of 2014.
We would love to know what your New Year’s Resolutions are for 2014, so drop us a line and let us know!