Finally we made it to February.! Whyyyy is January suuch a long month!? SO killer. That being said I decided to make February my new January and start all my new year plans and resolutions from this month on, I mean why make January any worse right….
So if you want to see whats on my 2020 resolution list, keep reading…
BE MORE ACTIVE
My main aim for 2020 is to get into a healthier routine. This week I start back at PT with Gary Pickard. And also start the week off with one of his Spin classes on a Monday. I have also started back at Yoga – which is not only great for your core, its also a massive mood lifter. Then ending the week on a LB&T class on a Friday evening before I can enjoy the weekend.
BE MORE ORGANISED
This year I’ve finally bought myself a planner. This means I can clearly see my week ahead. Clear my mind of trying to remember everything. Annnnd hopefully actually sit down and set a weekly meal plan.
This is a weird one, but if you know me you know I am 100% not a morning person. This also means I’ve never been a breakfast person. I mainly get up have a coffee and can’t think about food until I’ve been awake for a few hours at least. So this year I’ve decided to get into a healthier routine and just eat breakfast as soon as I wake up.
I’m making Sundays a day for me. To have a lazy morning, maybe catch up on a few blogs and have a pamper day. This involves plenty of Netflix series’, fresh nails and a lot of skincare.
What are your 2020 resolutions?
Until Next Time,
Shona Marie xo
Why not check out my 2019 resolutions while you are here…
10 thoughts on “| Lifestyle | Hello 2020”
These are all great ways to kick off your new year. I’m wishing you the best of luck. Let us know how it goes.
I’ve also been really into getting healthier, both on the inside and out! I’ve been really into meditating and cycling! It’s been a great way to positively kick off the new year. Great post xxx
Melina | http://www.melinaelisa.com
Great post! It’s so motivating to set yourself some goals for the year. Breakfast is one of my goals as it’s so important but I always forget it. Thanks for sharing. Emma from ECBC x
These all sound like great resolutions. I have bought a planner for this year too and I am finding it so useful I sit down on a Sunday and plan for the week ahead so I have an idea of what I need to be doing. I also find it quite useful to write down my thought or feelings at the end of the day or if something good happens I record that too
Very good goals! I hope they work out 😊
I’m also trying to be a bit healthier and more active. I see to have stuck to things so far and am starting a yoga class next week. I wish I could afford a PT though!
Olivia | http://www.heylittletulip.wordpress.com
Healthy active balanced and flexible physically and mentally – also finish my book.
That’s mine. Great post.
I love the idea of making resolutions for February 1st; will start making my list for March 1st. Better late than never.
I feel the same way. Winter is such an unmotivating time to set goals, but it can also be good in that you’re stuck inside and have the time to carry them out. So if your push against the darkness, you can take advantage of the hibernating atmosphere to meet some goals.
I really want to try and be a bit more active this year too! x