Yesterday I shared a post entitled 6 Tips for Achieving your Resolutions. But what if you’re stumped about what your resolutions should (or could!) be for 2015? To help get you thinking, I’ve brainstormed a list of 101 Resolutions. Of course, these are met to help get you thinking. Feel free to take them, modify, and expand to apply to your life. The idea is to provide you with some inspiration!
1. Read one book a month.
2. Host a dinner party once a month.
3. Take a cooking class.
4. Write a handwritten letter or card once a week.
5. Try a new recipe once a week.
6. Run a 5k.
7. Get your SCUBA license.
8. Go skydiving.
9. Return your library materials on time, every time this year. (*AHEM!*)
10. Make regular time for your children, one on one.
11. Read a book aloud with your spouse.
12. Grow a vegetable garden.
13. Sign up to volunteer for a cause you believe in.
14. Sponsor a child.
15. Run a 5K.
16. Complete a triathlon.
17. Volunteer in your child’s school twice a month.
18. Declutter your home.
19. Climb a mountain.
20. Travel somewhere you’ve always wanted to go.
21. Fund a $1,000 emergency savings.
22. Pay off your credit cards.
23. Start a blog.
24. Meet with a friend for coffee at least once a month.
25. Take up a new exercise (kickboxing, yoga, crossfit).
26. Keep your kitchen counter clear of clutter.
27. Get up a half hour earlier every morning.
28. Go to bed a half hour earlier every evening.
29. Reduce the time you spend watching TV/surfing the web and invest it in a new hobby.
30. Start logging your food intake.
31. Run a half marathon.
32. Run a full marathon.
33. Clean your closet.
34. Drink 6 glasses of water each day.
35. Swap out your second cup of coffee for a cup of tea each day.
36. Take a multivitamin.
37. Adopt a pet from the local shelter.
38. Teach your kids something they aren’t learning in school.
39. Learn a new language.
40. Complete a nagging home repair project.
41. Make amends with someone you’ve wronged in the past.
42. Help a friend meet one of their goals.
43. Seek out and support locally-owned businesses in your city.
44. Take a photography class.
45. Create a better system for handling your mail.
46. Create a scrapbook of your memories from last year.
47. Organize your kids’ artwork.
48. Stay on top of doctor and dental visits.
49. Seek counseling for an issue that’s been difficult or painful for you to face alone.
50. Make conscious efforts to befriend someone you know who’s lonely.
51. Make dinner from home 5 nights a week.
52. Limit the coffee you buy out to twice a week.
53. Have a date night with your spouse twice a month.
54. Put a will and estate plan in place.
55. Review your insurance policies.
56. Review your credit report and identify areas for improvement.
57. Move to using cash for certain expenses, like groceries and entertainment.
58. Find a way to earn $100 extra per month.
59. Start planning a dream vacation.
60. Try a new fruit or vegetable once a week.
61. Visit someplace in your city you’ve always wondered about, but never stopped to explore.
62. Find an accountability partner.
63. Start journaling.
64. Write a book.
65. Make a career change.
66. Learn to paint.
67. Go hot air ballooning.
68. Pursue a pilot’s license.
69. Go back to school.
70. Organize your family’s photos.
71. Organize a family photo shoot.
72. Plan a family reunion.
73. Plan a reunion with old friends.
74. Learn to sew.
75. Get regular manicures.
76. Run a faster mile.
77. Schedule at least 30 minutes of “me time” everyday.
78. Read the Bible through, chronologically.
79. Watch 100 of the best films ever made.
80. Watch all the films Wikipedia lists to be the worst ever made.
81. Learn to do a handstand.
82. Learn to do a back flip.
83. Learn to do the splits.
84. Repaint your bedroom.
85. Learn how to restore furniture.
86. Go back and complete a goal from last year that you didn’t finish.
87. Make a pen pal.
88. Mentor someone.
89. Learn to can.
90. Eliminate impulse grocery shopping trips.
91. Learn to salsa.
92. Learn how to make salsa.
93. Face something that scares you.
94. Clean out your car and trunk once a week.
95. Organize your garage.
96. Make regular time for social outings.
97. Bring a friend or family member in need a meal once a week.
98. Start each day by identifying your top 3 goals.
99. Start a Facebook accountability group with your friends.
100. Start a new family tradition.
101. Tell your family you love them every day.
Phew! I hope you’ve got some good inspiration for your goals today! What else would you add to my list?