365 fullfilling resolutions

For the first time in my life I joined the very known trend to set resolutions for the new year, except that for me there will be only 1. I want to make most of the days of the year valuable and not to have the impression that all days are the same and life just go by. Yes. I am getting old and the older I am the less lazy I become, what is actually quite positive from my perspective. Only small steps to take out of my comfort zone, but more of them than before. Sometimes I was so into the routine that at the end of the week I could not say what exceptional happened. Let’s see how it goes after couple of weeks but I am quite positive about this.

I read somewhere that the trick is to get new habits. The way it works is that first you need to force yourself like hell to do something, but after 2-3 weeks it should actually become your habit.

Morning routines should rock

Being an early bird makes your life easier when developing morning habits, depending on what you want to achieve. As long as waking up is not the biggest issue here, forcing myself to do the exercises create big issue. So far only first day was effective thanks to my Japanese friend visiting me that weekend. Japanese New Year Day’s traditions says to get up early morning and look for the sunrise. So we did, running against the small mountain. Great experience although it would be hard to do it alone. Even greater if you are fit enough to fight with a small mountain. After couple of minutes I thought I will die. Literally. It is 11.01 and I am sick. There is a lot to do with changing my morning habits.

Healthy means…

I eat everything except sweets. By sweets I don’t mean honey or additional small amount of sugar in vegetable juice etc. I only want to avoid what is literally called sweets like my favorite caramel bonbons, dulce de leche, chocolate, fudge and all those bad things that keep me high but only for couple of minutes. Yes, that is my drug that I don’t want to stick to. The reason why I want to avoid is that I am aware how destructive it can be for health. I am curious to know how not eating it will influence on my skin condition.

Small things makes a change

I think in my case setting huge goals that are had to achieve and measure don’t make sense. I can think about one great idea that I set up: to be more productive, but in order to achieve it there must be more small goals in the schedule. Go ahead, do small steps, few exercises, a bit more healthy small elements in your daily food – let’s see what it gives.

Go ahead.