New Year’s Resolutions

New Year is a reason for party and celebration. It is the time when your thoughts go mostly to your friends and families. However, don't forget you are spending most of your days during a year with your work colleagues. Even if work is the last thing on your mind these days, a good thought and a Happy New Year 2020 greeting card sent to your colleagues, friends and family members can't hurt.

What is Your New Year’s Resolution?

Every year, countless people make the same New Year’s resolutions. They vow to lose weight, quit smoking, get out of debt and get more organized. Unfortunately, many times these resolutions, as well as many others, never come to pass.

Statistics show that nearly 90% of all people who make New Year’s resolutions do not see them through. This may have something to do with the fact that they are setting their sights too high.

Ignore worries. Avoid Tensions. Believe in you intentions. Have no fears Love your Dears wishing all a very happy New Year! Cheers.

This year, why not try something new? Your resolution does not necessarily have to focus on you. Plan to do something for a friend, loved one, or even your community. Not only will you feel great, the recipient of your good deeds will feel great too!

Volunteer. Nonprofit organizations, of all types, are always on the lookout for volunteers. Don’t think that you need to commit to several hours a week, in order to be considered. These organizations are just as grateful to those who commit to helping out one hour per week, as they are to those who volunteer more time.

Bake for someone. Do you have an elderly neighbor or family member would enjoy a home-cooked meal? If you enjoy cooking, consider preparing them a nutritious meal from time to time. Many times these individuals can no longer cook for themselves or have a very limited food budget and find themselves eating frozen food or meals out of a can.

We all have different paths in life, but no matter where we go, we take a little of each other everywhere So, write it on your heart. That every day is the best day of the year. Happy New Year.

Make charitable donations. These donations do not have to be large, in size. Even if you only donate $10 each week, it does make a difference… plus its tax deductible. Many organizations depend on these donations, to keep their doors open. They truly appreciate every dollar they receive.

Further your education. As the saying goes ‘you are never too old to learn’. So, take time out to enroll in a class, which interests you. It can be something rather complex or something that’s just plain fun. Either way, you are broadening your horizons.

Recycling, it’s never too late to do your part to help save the environment. If everyone took a few minutes, out of their hectic schedule, to recycle the world would be a much cleaner place.

Today we do not know what the year 2018 would bring for us. But what we can do is that we can gather together to celebrate the onset and pray for blissful months ahead for each other.

Remember, the majority of people who enjoy ‘New Year’s resolution successes’ are the ones who choose obtainable goals.

But, even if your resolution does not come to pass, don’t despair! There’s always next year or the year after that.

May your new year be decorated with sweet memories, wonderful days and memorable nights. Have a great year ahead.

Show your beloved ones that you did not forget about them. Just like they don't forget to help you when you have a difficult project, make sure you put them on your greeting list every year. Download some of the Happy New Year 2020 Greeting cards from here, ask your child to draw them and send them by post. If you don't have time for that, well, a simple Happy New Year 2020 card posted on their twitter account or Pinterest board will surely make them happy!