The most popular New Year's resolutions are about self-improvement (living healthier 23% of people, being happy 21%, losing weight 20%, exercising 7%, quitting smoking 5%, reducing alcohol consumption by 2%). In addition, people decide to meet their professional or work goals (16%) and improve their relationships (11%). Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a bit of uncertainty about the future. So, setting a goal for big travel plans might be a little out of reach right now.
Several studies (1, 2) have found evidence that irregular meal frequency is related to negative consequences. Snacking at random) can send confusing signals to the body. Studies (1) also suggest that controlling breathing has additional health benefits. People who eat slowly are 42% less likely to be overweight or obese.
See this post for 13 ways to participate in your local government. Record 1 second every day to watch an epic movie of your life. Did you know that 42% of Americans are deficient in vitamin D? The psychology professor has found that by June, 40% of people have not given up on their goals. It's April 1, but it's never too late to follow this list.
My favorite is to try something new. I'll do it a few a month to create more motivations. Year after year, being healthier is consistently the most popular New Year's resolution, whether it's eating healthier, exercising more, or losing weight.