Still looking for the perfect New Year's resolutions that are easy yet rewarding? Take a look at Churchill's top 5 New Year resolutions you can start immediately.
1. Invest time in living a healthier lifestyle
It's easy to become less vigilant with what we're eating, the amount of exercise we do and having a good routine. It's also easy to make a few changes that will make a big difference to our well-being. Set yourself a few simple goals with your daily activity levels and how you schedule your time and you will be reaping the benefits before you know it. We all know about getting our '5 a day', so why not make sure you get yours? 5 servings of fruit and veg a day is a tasty and satisfying way to improve your diet. Swap that piece of chocolate after lunch for an apple, have a baked sweet potato instead of chips with dinner and you're already half way there. Fresh fruit juice instead of coffee or if you feel like trying something new, why not invest in a smoothie maker?
30 minutes of exercise a day will not only make you feel fitter, but will help you sleep better and keep you more active. A brisk walk, a swim or even taking an exercise class is a great way to keep those daily activity levels to where they should be.
If you keep a good routine, your body will thank you for it. Keep a regular reasonable bedtime, get the recommended amount of sleep and you'll be ready to face the day, each and every day.
2. Take a trip somewhere new
Visiting a new place is educational, exciting and an easy thing to do this New Year. Whether it's a weekend break to a city you've always wanted to visit but haven't quite gotten around to, a couple of weeks abroad to a new country you've never experience before, or a day trip to a landmark or town you've heard so much about but never seen for yourself.
3. Get in touch with an old friend
Social media makes it so easy to keep in touch with friends and family, no matter where they are in the world. Why not take advantage of it and look up someone you haven't spoken to in a while? Make 2015 the year to reconnect, re-establish and revive your relationships.
4. Take up a new hobby
It could be learning a foreign language, trying a new sport or joining a dance class. The benefits include broadening your horizons, keeping your mind active and increasing your social circles. Enriching and enlightening, a new hobby for the New Year will give you something fulfilling to do with those spare hours.
5. Do a good deed
Whether it’s making a charitable donation, raising awareness for a worthy cause or something as simple as holding the door open for someone. Doing a good deed is an easy resolution to keep this New Year and will benefit not only you, but those around you and those who need it most.
So these are just a few easy to keep resolutions for 2015 that are super simple, but really rewarding.