Posted 28 November 2016
Can't decide on your resolution for 2017? Don't worry: our decision tree will guide you to the choice that fits your needs.
In 2015, 63% of UK adults who made a resolution failed to keep it, according to a Bupa/ComRes poll . The same percentage of all UK adults (63%), not just those who made a New Year’s resolution in 2015, have broken one in the past.
To help you kick off 2017 in the best possible way, we’ve created a decision flowchart with some of the more common resolutions – and a few you might not have considered. And underneath we’ve got links to some handy articles that could help you to stick to whichever resolution you land on.
We’ve got links to some handy articles that could help you to keep whichever resolution you land on.
Whether it’s a new skill, a sport or a big goal you set your sights on, that challenge you’ve been meaning to tackle could be what makes 2017 special.
Never holidayed alone before? Maybe it’s time to find yourself with a journey into the unknown. Our guide to solo holidaying can help you to stay on the right track.
If you struggle to carve out some time to be sociable, set a date every week when you put aside an hour or so. Whether you’re playing games with friends or eating a family meal, spending a little time with those closest to you is definitely a habit worth forming.
Read our article for some tips on improving your work-life balance.
Among the respondents to a recent YouGov poll, losing weight and getting fit are the two most common resolutions . Why not ask your friends if anyone has the same resolution and create an exercise regime together?
If breaking a bad habit will help, read our three case studies of people who quit something in Stoptober.
Mindfulness is quite a broad term, so make sure it works for you – whether that’s breathing exercises, meditation, a combination or something else.
Our seven ways to improve your focus and reduce stress article could help you narrow down on what will broaden your mind.
With temptation all around us at Christmas time, our calorie intake can be excessive and it's not just Christmas Day we have to contend with.
Food and travel writer Georgina Ingham shares three delicious baking recipes.