It’s always the same in January – Should we make any New Year resolutions? Or do we just continue onwards and hope things will be better.
It’s a well known fact that most resolutions fall by the wayside after a few weeks and we just resort back to our old habits. Less chocolate, take up jogging, give up takeaways… It all sounds good, but do we really stick to them?
So why bother?!
Well this year I’ve gone for a different approach. I’ve chosen four things I want to change, and done it on a month-by-month basis. So, here’s my plan:
- This month, I’ve joined a badminton club.
- During February, I’m going to stop eating pizza.
- March will see me cutting out the likes of crisps and sweets.
- April? I think I’m going to try to learn a new language.
It might sound a little odd, but come the summer time I hope to be living a healthier and happier lifestyle. And I’m taking it one month at a time.
In order to keep up the trend, we’d like to know what you have chosen to give up… It might inspire us here at English Matters.