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12 Jan 2022

Sticking to Your New Year’s Resolutions


This year, take time to set healthy expectations for yourself by looking at what's important to you and your loved ones.

Some healthy goals may include improving your emotional or physical health and even stimulating your brain with new activities. A significant part of setting resolutions is identifying what goals you want to achieve and ensuring that you're on the right path to achieve them.

Ideas for New Year’s Resolutions

Some popular goals can include:

  • Exercising your brain daily;
  • Building a better budget
  • Cooking something new every week;
  • Preparing healthy meals;
  • Exploring new hobbies;
  • Doing random acts of kindness.

Individuals of all ages can create goals for themselves to generate new opportunities for growth and good fortune.

Ways to Stick to Your Goals

Creating and using a resolution plan can seem daunting but it's helpful to focus on picking just one resolution until you are ready to expand into another one.

Limiting resolutions will help you commit to achieving one rather than dividing your energy and falling short on multiple goals you've set out. Writing out a detailed plan can also help you see what steps you need to take to satisfy your resolution plus the tactics you may need to use if you run into obstacles. 

A significant role in the resolution process is reflecting on what’s important to you and being realistic in terms of what you can achieve. This doesn’t mean you can’t have a big stretch goal but trying to take too big a step too fast can leave you frustrated.

Make sure to review past resolutions and evaluate if they were unrealistic or just unreachable. Consider adjusting the resolution or look at different approaches to form a better plan to achieve it this year.

Your goals don’t have to be life-changing and small steps can easily lead to success, happiness, and good health. If you’re planning to explore new hobbies, search for one that interests you and take a class! If you want to do healthy meal prepping, you can start with your current meals and research healthier, easier and more budget-friendly options as a starting point.

How Senior Helpers Can Support You

At Senior Helpers, it's our daily mission to help your loved one live comfortably and safely. We provide exemplary care at a moment’s notice, allowing your loved one to maintain their independence and improving their quality of life. Our caregivers are trained to help those living with Alzheimer's, dementia and Parkinson's Disease and along with helping your loved ones with companionship, meal prepping, housekeeping, exercising, and more to allow them to achieve their own resolutions and age happily.

If you’re interested in Senior Helpers care services for your elderly loved one, find a location nearest you today.