As the year 2022 approaches, everybody is looking forward to making some New Year’s resolutions.
In the time of the pandemic, making some resolutions has become more important and it can help you mentally, physically, and spiritually.
Taking the stairs, finding new hobbies, and eating healthy
According to Orange Theory Fitness, almost 68 percent of Americans reported their fitness routine got impacted during COVID. Not only this, more than 70 percent claimed they missed their pre-COVID exercise schedule.
In times of the pandemic, when natural immunity is necessary, taking the stairs instead of elevators can help you get in shape once again.
This stands true, especially for those who are still working from their homes and have little to no physical movements. Making fitness a New Year’s resolution will help you get out of the fitness crisis soon.
With uncertainty all around and new variants of COVID still coming, the pandemic is having a mental health toll on people’s lives.
However, finding a new hobby is considered one of the ways through which you can keep yourself busy with extra time which you otherwise waste on unproductive stuff.
Although I suck at drawing, lately I have been learning and I think I did a darn good job. I’ll be taking on a new hobby in 2022. The one in the middle is my most recent painting 🖼 😍. pic.twitter.com/IXLqjrdT5s
— Taty ☥💜 (@tatynlala69) December 15, 2021
Be it book reading or gardening, start small and continue scaling it up to see a considerable amount of difference in your life.
The role of food in building natural immunity against COVID cannot be overstated at all. Even if it is not about the pandemic, eating healthy is always recommended, as it can help you stay fit throughout your lifespan.
Thus, eating healthy will not only help you in boosting your immunity, but also in remaining energetic. Taking green leafy vegetables is considered a way to improve the digestion process.
So, try to include this in your every meal starting from next year as a New Year’s resolution.
thinking about some 2022 goals:
– get RN license
– visit 15 new states
– visit 3 new countries
– read more books
– healthier relationship with food & exercise
– less screen time, more outdoors time
— melekaliki matt (@mattsanxious) December 21, 2021
Start volunteering in election seasons and cementing your sleeping patterns well
Then comes volunteering, which is going to play an important role in next year’s midterm elections.
If you have an eye on the political environment of your locality, try to start volunteering for candidates. This will help you in establishing your connections and coming into contact with politicians who can help you in various matters after getting elected.
The deteriorating sleeping habits have been a sign of worry for many people nowadays. With the arrival of the pandemic, many people have been observing disturbances in their sleep patterns.
This is due to the fact that flexible working hours have allowed many people to choose the routine of their choice.
However, most of the time, people compromise their sleep, which results in overall lesser productivity levels for them. Therefore, try to set a sleeping habit of going to bed and waking up at the same time daily to establish sleeping patterns.
It will help you make more informed decisions in your daily routines. Keeping all of your electronic gadgets away from your bed is also a recommended approach to get better sleep.