5 Simple but Effective New Year’s Resolutions

5 Simple but Effective New Year’s Resolutions

We all know the holidays are a time to bring people together, eat too much, and show each other how much you love them – but it’s also time to reflect on the year, anticipate what you want from the year ahead, and decide how you want to get the best out of it.

New years resolutions

We’ve compiled a list of New Year’s resolutions that will help you enter 2014 the green and easy way:

1. Daily Herbal Tea

 Herbal TeaHerbal teas are made from mixtures of dried leaves, seeds, grasses, nuts, barks, fruits, flowers, or other botanical elements that make for the perfect health tonic and antioxidant.
Aside from the obvious deliciousness, the humble herbal tea strengthens the immune system, kickstarts your metabolism, energises the body and relieves stress. The perfect boost for starting off the year!

 2. Enjoy the Great Outdoors

Whether this means going for walks, cycling to work or taking a more scenic route on your way somewhere, our busy lives often lead us to overlook the simplest things like nature. Make this year one to appreciate the beauty of our surroundings, and of course, get some much needed fresh air in the meantime.

3. Micro Wave Goodbye to Ready Meals

A raw diet is the best kind of diet, but with the fast paced modern society we live in, that’s near on impossible. But there Microwave Foodare a few things we can do to make some healthier adjustments to our diet:

If supermarket food has the option of microwaving or oven cooking, always go for the oven option. It might take longer, but it’s a lot healthier. Toxins from the plastic covers can often leak into your food, so fresh food is always going to be the best option. If you can afford the extra pennies, go organic or choose locally produced food, rather than processed meals.

4. Ditch the Plastic

Plastic takes over 1000 years to biodegrade and approximately 1 million bags end up in the landfill each day. Having a canvas tote at the ready can save you from piling up on plastic bags every time you go for your local grocery shop.

5. Invest in Your Hobbies

Dance classInvest in your hobby, whether that’s by joining a dance class, brushing up on your cookery skills or travelling more. If it keeps you happy, active and off the internet for a few extra hours, than it’s definitely worth it!


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