Well folks, it’s that time of the year again. As 2017 draws to a close, we start to think about all of things we’d like to achieve in 2018. Some of us have already jotted these down in either a diary or the phone notes app. I personally don’t believe in resolutions, but kudos to you if you’re prepared.
In a recent survey from YouGov, the online polling firm, it’s very clear that you’re not alone in making that resolution. 68 percent of the people said they’re making a New Year’s resolution, and the rest don’t plan to make any goals.
1. Eat better
The top resolution, which should just be a natural thing for everyone, is to eat better. 37 percent apparently wants to live healthier lives.
2. Exercise more
The most common resolution year after year is that of exercising more, with 37 percent wanting to get fit.
3. Spend less
4. Focus on oneself
24 percent just want some “me time” once every week?
5. Read more books
It’s always good to be educated and you can do that by reading more. 18 percent want to broaden their imaginations.
6. Get a new skill
Learning a new skill should be a top priority and 15 percent are going to make it one in 2018.
7. Get a new job
14 percent are just bored out of their minds and ready for a change.
8. Make new friends
13 percent were just too lonely this year.
9. Get a new hobby
2018 needs to be more exciting so 13 percent are snag a new job.
10. Work on appearance
If you look better, you’ll feel better. 12 percent want to look their best ever in 2018.
Which one are you focusing on next year?