100 New Years Resolutions & Resources to Help Stick with Them

Great list of over 100 New Years Resolutions with resources to help you stick with them. If you have any trouble figuring out your New Years Resolution for this year, or just want some great inspiration to live a healthier and happier life, you need to check out this list.

Each year we say we’ll start doing this, or stop doing that. But more often than not our big plans get dashed sometime in January. Here are some of the more commonly recited new years resolutions that pop up in late December, as well as others that are more likely to make it through the 365 days and really improve your life.

lose weight

1. Lose Weight

This is a perennial favorite for many resolution makers, and it doesn’t take much to figure out why.

The holiday season is a time to overeat and indulge and things might come to a head, with many people reaching their fat-gain breaking point after a New Year’s Eve buffet dinner.

travel more

2. Travel More

It’s tempting to want to get out and see more of the world, especially if you feel stuck in your rut or you haven’t been anywhere lately. This is one of the most common resolutions, just be sure to be a bit more specific on where you want to go because vague ideas rarely get done, but attainable goals are something you can work with.

quit smoking

3. Quit Smoking

This is often considered one of the hardest habits to break, and there are plenty of products, books, and systems to help you along. Still the most effective method is going cold turkey.

get a health check up

4. Get a Health Check Up

If you’ve been putting off the annual check-up and it’s been awhile since you’ve been given a clean bill of health, you may want to resolve to going in for a doctor’s visit. Starting the year off without having to worry about a serious medical condition looming in the background is one way to make it great.

listen to my favorite music more

5. Listen to My Favorite Music More

They say music is the soundtrack of life, but it’s also a great way to put you in a better mood, no matter what the circumstances are. The year ahead is going to have its challenging moments, so reach for your favorite tunes more often and get taken to your happy place instantly.

dress more like my style

6. Dress More Like My Style

Between having to dress according to your employer’s dress code and following the conventional fashion of today’s apparel shops, you might have lost that part of you that wants to come out. Do an overhaul of your wardrobe and start wearing things that make you feel good.

stop twerking

7. Stop Twerking

Twerking become the buzzword of the year after Miley Cyrus made her appearance at the VMAs, but this is one trend that needs to be left in the past as we turn a new page and start afresh this year. Surely as a species we can come up with something better as the next sensation that everyone is talking about.

get a six pack

8. Get a Six Pack

This is one of those elusive health goals that sounds great when you first get the idea, but then gets cast aside after a few weeks. Without the proper amount of dedication and a strategy to get it, you might be fall short and become another statistic. Meet with a personal trainer to discuss the diet and fitness regimen you’ll need to follow to succeed.

stop being racist

9. Stop Being Racist

In his book Blink Malcolm Gladwell tells of research that shows even people that wouldn’t consider themselves racist show an unconscious racial bias in tests. Even though we’ve got the first black President, we’ve still got a long way to go, and we can all benefit from being more understanding of other races and cultures.

be healthier

10. Be Healthier

This is one New Year’s goal that doesn’t produce many success stories. Why? It’s too vague. You can’t quickly quantify “being healthier” so there’s no way to hold yourself accountable later. Choose something you can measure more easily that falls under the healthy umbrella.

stop eating fast food

11. Stop Eating Fast Food

It seems like each year we learn more about just how bad fast food is for the body. If you’ve resolved to lose weight or get a six pack, you’ll definitely want to drop the fast food habit cold turkey. It can be hard because all of the fat, sugars, and chemical additives make it darn near addictive.

validate people in my life more

12. Validate People In My Life More

It’s easy to take the important people in your life for granted, especially if you see them every day. You don’t have to get all mushy every time you’re around them, but taking the time to let them know how important they are to you on an occasional basis will make you feel good and will strengthen the relationship.

get famous

13. Get Famous

It’s easier now than ever before to become an overnight sensation. Whether you just want your 15 minutes of fame, or you want to be a bona fide celebrity, start brainstorming how you can make it happen. It could take just one viral video, or you might need to go get head shots and an agent, but you can do it!

stop judging people

14. Stop Judging People

“Judge not lest ye be judged.” It’s in the Bible, but people of all faiths and beliefs can subscribe to this one. If you’re sitting in judgment it probably represents an insecurity on your part. Spend less time worrying about others, and spend more time improving yourself.

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23 Comments

  1. bembu says:

    Let us know what your New Years Resolution is! This year, our top runners are ‘Be Healthier’, ‘Validate People In My Life More’ and ‘Stop Watching Gangnam Style’ 🙂
     
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  2. bembu says:

    There is no better way to solidify your New Years Resolution by making it public! This year, our staff would like to ‘Donate More Time or Money’, ‘Validate People In My Life More’ and ‘Stop Watching Gangnam Style’ 🙂 On a side note, our full site will be launched on 1/17/2013. More great lists coming your way soon!

  3. bembu says:

    I promise to commit more of my time helping others in need and to show the people in my life I care about most why I love them everyday.

  4. Ariana says:

    I have 100 New Years resolution that I never stuck with if anyone wants that list LOL~ We all have this list and unfortunately for most of us, it’s a list of failures rather than achievements. I say this every year, but I want to change my lazy ways this year. My two biggest goals are to watch less tv and to lose weight. Hopefully in the year 2014 I’ll look back to this year as the first year to successfully stick with my New Years resolutions.

  5. Elizabeth says:

    If I could do everything on this New Years resolutions list, then I’ll be the most perfect person in the world hehe~~ Gosh I have so many things that I need to make improvements on. I need to lose weight, I need to be healthier, I gotta stop judging people :(, and oh my god I need a boyfriend… OH and yeah! I need to stop watching Gangnam Style!!! It’s like a habit now, I watch it at least once a day kekeke~~

  6. William A says:

    I wanna travel more this year and just enjoy life a little more. My friend’s grandma passed away recently and that got me thinking that you only live once. I try so hard to save more and to spend less, but for what really? Sure I need to be ready for the rainy days and sure I need to prepare for my retirement, but I can’t let life pass me by like this either. I need to find a good balance between enjoying my life and being responsible. I’ve been responsible all my life and so I’m going to enjoy life a little this year. That’s my New Years resolution.

  7. Karenmo says:

    I’m just gonna make smart decisions with my money in 2015 so I don’t end up with an empty bank account:

    1) Paying off my debts as they come to me. Never holding a credit card balance longer than a month. If this means living in a small studio apartment and eating ramen, rice, and beans, so be it.

    2) I will always buy small, fuel efficient and durable cars. I drive a 2006 Honda Civic now. It costs me nothing to fill up and next to nothing to insure ($25/month from Insurance Panda… woohoo!). I will not drive when I don’t need to, and use public transportation whenever possible.

    3) Developing multiple revenue streams. Doing side jobs. Building up small businesses. Doing contract work. Basically doing whatever I can to generate income from multiple sources.

    4) Grow my revenue and assets no matter what. Make sure I am always expanding and develop them to the point that they consistently generate reliable cash flow.

    5) The most important one – make as much as I can. Save as much as I can.

    iPhones… cigs… Starbucks… Chipotle Burritos…new clothes.. organic lipgloss… expensive yoga classes. Why not try living in your means for once? No wonder we have a debt crisis

  8. atiq says:

    This resolution will be helpful for me to get the idea for this new year resolution.

  9. Dan says:

    I suggest to use simple goal trackers. My favorite is eXtrigo because it’s not only helps you to organize yourself but also provide valuable tips and insights which help you to achieve your goal in a better way based on previous experiences.

  10. kadriye says:

    cool stuff

  11. Gracie says:

    Telling people to go off their drugs is dangerous. Sure it says work with your doctor, but people read the bold print and it irresponsible to put that in your suggestions. People are given drugs after the doctor see that either they have not had a change by healthy eating and exercise, or the doctor sees that the lifestyle changes aren’t going to happen for one reason or another.

  12. joeyboy says:

    i will not stop twerking

  13. taquan says:

    You had me until you started talking about stop being racist. How can you know about racism if you aren’t black?And what is with those pictures of those white people?

    • tom says:

      People that aren’t black can know about racism because, Tarquan, racism exists in all forms amongst all people in the world, and actually has no intrinsic affiliation to black people. In fact, your comment was racist against the author of this article. Until you understand this, perhaps you should think hard about how #9 could be a good resolution for you this year. Moreover, keep reading! If you stopped that early, you missed 90 good ideas. Hope your year is as great as I plan to make mine!

  14. tony says:

    i like ivy im laam

  15. tony says:

    Sleep is one of the most important things you can do for your well-being, but many of us stay up into the wee hours, and wake up before we’re fully rested. Try following the circadian rhythm by getting to bed early and waking up early. You’ll notice a big improvement right away.

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  17. Random Person says:

    I was biting my nails and when I scrolled to 89 “Stop biting my nails” I was like! *watching my nails and then computer* I removed the finger and then when I scrolled down more I found myself biting my nail again……….. My priority is to be less absent in school

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