We're 2 weeks into January.... we've just survived Blue Monday which is apparently the most depressing day of the year - how are you sticking to those resolutions you made this year?
Did you make those bog standard promises to yourself this year: "I promise to lose weight", "I'm going to give up smoking", and "I'll do more exercise". Or did you take it one step further and make a commitment to make a proper difference, not just to your own life but others too.
Sadly most of us aren't related to Lord Von-Money-Bags, so in order to stick to those resolutions and make sure they're long lasting, they need to be realistic in terms of costs and goals.
How can you achieve it?
It's a good idea to come up with a plan that ultimately means you're investing in yourself and looking after yourself. Of course things like giving up smoking are very valid and important to achieve long term.
But as well as your physical wellbeing it's also about your emotional wellbeing and most of us don't make enough time in our lives to invest in that.
We're very fortunate at thebestof Bromley to have some wonderful members that make looking after yourself much easier. I thought I'd share with you what I'm making a commitment to take up this year - feel free to swipe and deploy!