New Year Resolutions for 2017

Happy New Year Everyone!!!!

We had so much fun on here last year and particularly with December’s holiday content! As expected, the New Year is in and things have simmered a bit. It feels so out-of-the-way to write ‘2017’ in the title. What feels weirder is that we are already several days in to 2017.

There’s something so refreshing about the start of the New Year. It signifies new beginnings and new opportunities, a fresh start to many things. January is a big time to detox—what are you detoxing from this time of year (health or otherwise!)

When it comes to a New Year, do you set intentions or resolutions or do something else altogether? New Year resolutions are NOT just a To-Do-List for the first week of January; they are a bit more serious than that.

This is the first month of the year, and everyone is busy making their New Year resolutions. Some of us have made a resolution to improve ourselves; some made the resolution to quit a bad habit. Getting in shape is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions. People are searching for ideas on how to be healthier, exercise more, be more organized, be a better cook, be a better person, etc.


Making resolutions is a piece of cake, but sticking to them is not easy. You can bring together all your resolutions for the New Year. People will be searching for ways to help them keep their New Year’s resolutions. You can divide your resolutions according to the priorities you have in mind. For example, if your biggest priority for 2017 is losing weight, then that should be in the High Priority list.

We all want to save better and be better. That is always one of our resolutions. An essential tip that would truly help you save money? Visit MHC, store or online.

The New Year is all about trying new things; why not attend a local event that sounds interesting but you otherwise wouldn’t consider attending? The New Year stands before us like a blank book, be gutsy and fill it all up with your New Year’s resolutions and adventures.

Make resolutions and try to follow them. I know resolutions are made to NOT to be followed. But you can make such resolutions that are realistic and possible to follow and stick to them.

It doesn’t matter if you could not stick to your 2016 resolutions and others from previous years; this time/year around try your best to stick to your resolutions. You will feel better for seeing your New Year’s resolutions through and making a real improvement in that aspect of yourself!